January 13, 2010

Evolution: A scientific impossibility? Why we must fight evil in the form of lies

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Nothing Created Everything:
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By Ray Comfort

Best-selling author Ray Comfort, host of "The Way of the Master" television show with actor Kirk Cameron, says he has a love-hate relationship with atheists. Many apparently hate him, but he loves them.

Comfort, author of the newly released book "Nothing Created Everything: The Scientific Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution," recently challenged an atheist group at the University of California at Berkeley to a debate, but the student group – which describes itself as a forum for open-minded discussion free from intolerance – declined after considering the offer for more than a week, the author says.

Comfort posed the debate challenge in July to a Berkeley campus group called Students for A Nonreligious Ethos, or SANE.

He told the group that if they could find him a professor to give him 20 minutes on why God doesn't exist, he would give him $200 for his trouble.

Comfort then would give the group 20 minutes and then open the floor for questions.

"I want to show the atheists who are in SANE that they were not thinking clearly when the turned down the debate," Comfort said. "Berkeley is supposed to have the reputation of being a radical campus. But these guys are are acting like a bunch of cringing chickens, and I think I know why."

Comfort said the group realized he would say "an atheist is someone who believes that 'nothing created everything' and that is a scientific impossibility."

Comfort pointed out that SANE'S website says they offer "a forum for open-minded individuals to freely discuss philosophical, scientific, religious, political, and historical topics free from intolerance."

They also maintain, he noted, that a "willingness to doubt and desire to hear perspectives define SANE."

"They seem to talk the talk," Comfort said, "but they don't walk the walk. Hypocrisy isn't confined to religion. I made the presumption that any atheist who was in SANE would be ready and more than willing to debate a feeble Christian."

"Nothing Created Everything" offers readers a fascinating and intensely thought-provoking glimpse into Comfort's world-an ongoing dialogue with professed atheists.

Comfort dedicates the book to popular contemporary atheist evolutionist Richard Dawkins, who introduced the oxymoronic concept "Nothing Created Everything:"

"To Richard Dawkins, in the sincere hope that he looks beyond the hypocrisy of organized religion, before he goes to meet his maker."

Dawkins wrote in his 2004 book "The Ancestor's Tale": "The fact that life evolved out of nearly nothing, some 10 billion years after the universe evolved literally out of nothing–is a fact so staggering that I would be mad to attempt words to do it justice."

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"Nothing created Everything" is Comfort's informative, loving, and no-holds-barred response to Dawkins. "Anyone who tries to actually justify that nothing created everything has to be insane," writes Comfort.

"This is a scientific impossibility," he continues, "There's no way to say it kindly, but such thoughts show that the atheist doesn't think, and prove the Bible right when it says that the fool has said in his heart that there is no God."

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Comfort pointed out that SANE'S website says they offer "a forum for open-minded individuals to freely discuss philosophical, scientific, religious, political, and historical topics free from intolerance."

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