The Scientific Fact that Proves Christianity False

Just 50 years since Time Magazine suggested God is dead, we’re on the verge of proving God never existed.

These are certainly exciting times!

Christianity gave birth to science.

Now science, like an adolescent child, surpasses the parents wisdom!

According to a ‘new theory‘…God isn’t necessary for life to exist!

The theory suggests that life in this universe is unavoidable.

Life is not ‘an accident’ but an inevitable result of the ‘laws of nature’!

You hear that?!

The laws of nature created life!

If the theory proves true, obviously there is no God.

To get life, all you need are the laws of nature!

This is fabulous news for you nitwits who are desperate to make atheism seem reasonable.

Because you nitwits can’t think.

And ignorance is  bliss.

Here’s the truth:

There is no scientific fact that disproves God.

I’ll illustrate this statement with a little story.

So you can ignore it.

Imagine, while walking in the woods, you discover a bunch of logs lying on the ground near a stream.

There is a groove cut in the middle of each log allowing water from the stream to run through it.

The logs are end-to-end and the bottom of each log lies on top of the next log forming a trough.

You follow the trail of logs for a quarter mile and discover the water is emptying into a small pond.

Now.

 

It is true that the laws of nature dictate that water runs downhill.

It is true that the laws of nature dictate the pond be created as the water collects.

BUT

Listen carefully…

…this is where I’m going to lose you.

The laws of nature DO NOT explain the aqueduct of logs.

Likewise…

Even if the laws of nature demand that life arise…

…that does NOT mean God doesn’t exist.

Because God is necessary to explain the laws of nature.

But I don’t mean to rain on your parade so pretend I didn’t say anything.

Better yet, pretend you don’t understand what I’m saying.

Or even better yet, call me a deluded religious fanatic!

The reason there is a conflict between science and religion is because…

…some people don’t understand either.

3 thoughts on “The Scientific Fact that Proves Christianity False

  1. sklyjd says:

    Yes, very interesting, we have the explanation of your God of the gaps with the emphasis of you not having to prove God exists but of course everyone else should prove he does not.

    There is no scientific fact that either disproves or proves any gods exists, and that is a much more truthful statement than yours.

    Christianity gave birth and death to science. Science revived strongly only thanks to men like Darwin and other genuinely serious thinking scientists 150-200 years ago when they found the courage to ditch religious myths and the world can say thank God for that.

    No imagination needed here, this is as close as you will ever get to a real god.
    https://www.livescience.com/59675-body-parts-grown-in-lab.html?utm_source=notification

    • John Branyan says:

      Serious thinking scientists do not ditch Christianity because of their scientific discoveries. I challenge you to list the avowed atheist scientists from 150-200 years ago.

      Body parts growing in a lab is something that, according to your article, requires more than just the laws of nature. It requires intelligence setting up the environment to make limb growth possible.

      You are making my point.

  2. Lorne says:

    This old joke seems appropriate:
    God was once approached by a scientist who said, “Listen God, we’ve decided we don’t need you anymore. These days we can clone people, transplant organs and do all sorts of things that used to be considered miraculous.”
    God replied, “Don’t need me huh? How about we put your theory to the test. Why don’t we have a competition to see who can make a human being, say, a male human being.”
    The scientist agrees, so God declares they should do it like he did in the good old days when he created Adam.
    “Fine” says the scientist as he bends down to scoop up a handful of dirt.”
    “Whoa!” says God, shaking his head in disapproval. “Not so fast. You get your own dirt.”

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