Could complex speech and abstract thinking evolved by blind chance? Many years ago, this was a question I had and now pose, in conversations with atheists who believe that macroevolution is “fact.” This post is going to investigate the question of complex speech and abstract thinking and show that these characteristics come by way of design and not by random blind chance processes, known as evolution.
Category: answering atheism
Answering the “God of the Gaps” Argument from Atheists
As it is with my opening illustration, a similar challenge is often thrown down when Christians are conversing with atheists on the issues of faith and science. In those conversations, the atheist may throw down a question where the Christian’s only answer is “God” to their vehemently skeptical inquisitor’s question. The atheist then accuses the Christian for throwing down what they call “god of the gaps” and dismisses the answer. How should the Christian respond to this?
Is Atheism a Lack of Belief?
by Rob Lundberg How do you respond to the challenge from the ‘popular atheist’ who says that “atheism is a lack of belief?” As we
Problems with the Atheistic Worldview
The feature image in this post is not an endorsement but is used to help you, the reader, recognize atheism’s symbol when you see it
What are the Ramifications of Claiming We are “Dancing to Our DNA?”
by Rob Lundberg In recent days I am finding myself running into more and more professing atheists who state that there is no such
Stephen Hawking Allow Me to Introduce to you, Puddleglum the Marshwiggle
by Rob Lundberg Some time ago, Stephen Hawking made a statement that “a belief that heaven or an after life awaits us is a ‘fairy story’
Responding to the “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidences” objection
by Rob Lundberg Not too long ago, I was reading Michael Shermer’s preface to Peter Boghossian’s book, A Manual for Creating Atheists. In the preface, he criticizes
Why Worship a God that has killed thousands upon thousands of people?
by Rob Lundberg Introduction. It has been a few weeks since my last posting. Things have changed with my job. I am still a “tent