God and Free Will Cannot Coexist

If the Judeo-Christian Islamic God is omniscient, then there can be no free will.  If he knows exactly how the future will play out, free will cannot exist.  If God knows the next sentence you will utter, then everything is predestined.  If this is the case, then how can we be mad with anyone when they do something that disappoints us?  It was God’s will that the incident occurred.  Free will and godly omniscience are incompatible. 

The Atheist’s Moral Compass

“If you don’t believe in the Christian God, there’s nothing to inhibit you from committing a crime.  You can be a moral monster!  Nothing stops you from committing heinous acts.”  I hate it every time I hear this!  Atheist are still subjected to the same social and psychological guidelines that hedge any society.  We are still social animals and this trait is the result of evolution, not our choice.  Why is it that Christians feel they have the high ground when it comes to morality?  Have they READ the Bible?  What say you?

The Problem With Christians

This is the problem with Christians. They play games with their false logical reasoning and move the goalposts in an argument when the Atheist is close to scoring a point.  A perfect example is when you try to disprove the Christian God and they state, “are you saying that A god does or cannot not exist?”  They add the indefinite article so that you must disprove every god in order to disprove THEIR God.  This is truly a farce and it needs to be addressed by the Atheists community.

The Great Flood & The Animals

For yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the earth forty days and forty nights; and every living substance that I have made will I destroy from off the face of the earth. – Genesis 7:4.

If God initiated the flood because man was wicked, why did he have to kill off all the animals, creatures that did not sin?  What did the animals do to deserve this punishment, the extinguishing of their lives?  Why God?

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Jesus and Epilepsy

When Jesus (God), the originator of the cosmos and creator of all life, specifically human beings, was confronted with an epileptic individual in Mark 9, did he cure his neurological illness by touching his head and somehow halting the incessant random impulses in the brain with his magical powers?  No.  He exorcized the demon that was controlling this individual’s body.  Epilepsy is the misfiring of neurons that unconsciously promotes sudden and awkward movements entirely out of the control of the afflicted individual.  Demonic exorcism is not a valid form of treatment.  If this is the God who created us in whole, why was he ill prepared to administer the proper care?  Doctors today can explain in great detail what exactly happens during a seizure.  Why is it that human beings (created by God) are better equipped to care for this malady?  If Jesus was the creator of all humanity, why did he provide false information to be inscribed in his inspired word?

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Why Did Jesus Spit On People?

He took the blind man by the hand and led him outside the village. When he had spit on the man’s eyes and put his hands on him, Jesus asked, “Do you see anything?”  He looked up and said, “I see people; they look like trees walking around.” Once more Jesus put his hands on the man’s eyes. Then his eyes were opened, his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly. – Mark 8:22-25

What was the deal with Jesus spitting on people?  We know that if Jesus was real, he could heal with just his own words.  Why did Jesus need to spit on people to heal certain maladies, like blindness? 

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