Richard Dawkins believes everything is created from nothing

Cosmology_Physics You're an atheist so you believe the scientific impossibility that nothing created everything. I mean it can't be nothing. We all have to start from some point. I wouldn't say nothing created it. There had to be something there in the beginning. You like Richard Dawkins don't you? Yeah I like him. Do you believe nothing created everything, a scientific impossibility which is what he believes? You don't believe in a creator of all things? If he says that I think it's a very strange thing to say. Well he says it. It's insane. Nothing can't create anything because it's nothing. It has to be something in the beginning. Nowhere in our history of human reality has something kind of disappeared out of nowhere. Do you believe that nothing…
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Was Einstein an atheist as Richard Dawkins claimed?

Atheism Chapter number one of Richard Dawkins is titled “As a deeply religious non-believer”. It is primarily about Albert Einstein, whether Albert Einstein believed in a God or not. Richard Dawkins in this chapter argues like this: While Albert Einstein has spoken the word “God” and he has used those theistic words, he was not a theist at all. Albert Einstein was a pantheist and pantheism as for Richard Dawkins is sexed up atheism. So if Albert Einstein was a pantheist and pantheism is sexed up atheism, Albert Einstein in turn was an atheist. So this is how the argument goes. In fact he goes on to say the metaphorical or pantheistic God of the physicist is light years away from the God of the bible and it will be…
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Doesn’t natural selection prove evolution?

Darwinian Evolution
Is natural selection the same thing as evolution? So it's natural selection the same thing as evolution? Well, the short answer to that is no but let's take a more in-depth look at why that’s the case. The first thing we need to do is define natural selection and evolution. Natural selection is an observable process in which organisms with certain characteristics survive better in a given environment. And there's a loss of information in the DNA. Genetic information decrease as a result of this process. Now evolution is defined as an unobservable process which has occurred over long periods of time in which a single-celled organism has become all the organisms that we have today and we've had in the past. It's directional in the sense that dinosaurs have…
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What about the examples of evolution?

Darwinian Evolution English peppered moths. We're told that English peppered moths provide an example of evolution in action. You see, before the industrial revolution, there were two varieties of English peppered moths - one dark colored one light colored but the light colored was much higher in ratio than the dark colored. But after the industrial revolution the dark colored became the more prominent color in the light the fewer in the mix. And we're told that's because birds could see the light colored better etc and this was supposedly an example of natural selection. The problem with this example is number one, many of the pictures were faked because the English peppered moths don't often land on tree trunks and the entire idea was flawed in that way. But the…
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Do mutations prove evolution?

Darwinian Evolution We're told that mutations prove you could get a certain single celled organism to mutate over millions of years and bring about new information on a grand scale that given enough time you could get a human being. What is the problem with that line of reasoning? The problem is that mutations don't give us new information. Mutations can only take information that is already available and cause it to decay. Mutations are an example of a loss of genetic information. Let me give you an example. For the last hundred years or more now, scientists have been studying fruit flies but they are great examples of how you can mutate an organism. We have been zapping these fruit flies with radiation and mutating them in chemical ways for…
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Do absolute moral values prove God’s existence?

The Moral Argument Can you be good without God? Let's find out. Absolutely astounding! There you have it; undeniable proof that you can be good without believing in God. But wait; the question isn't can you be good without believing in God. The question is, can you be good without God?  See, here's the problem. If there is no God, what basis remains for objective good or bad, right or wrong? If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist, and here's why. Without some objective reference point, we have no way of saying that something is really up or down. God's nature provides an objective reference point for moral values. It's the standard against which all actions and decisions are measured. But if there's no God,…
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