Wednesday, December 30, 2009

God is everywhere

I am so sick of hearing from theists that god is everywhere and in everything etc. All of those fallacious assertions just prove that your beliefs are as pliable as a fictional novel. You can make the main character be what you want him to be. The thought of a personal deity that cares about your needs and listens to your prayers is absolutely ridiculous. By stating that prayer changes things then you are in essence stating that gods plan is changeable. It is arrogant to believe yourself above all other species on this earth simply because according to your scriptures god chose you above all of creation.

Your god is everywhere because you believe that he is and what you believe is entirely subjective and not evidential. From an objective point of view god does not exist and cannot exist due to the impossibility of one creature or being having so much power and absolute knowledge about everything. People point to the complexity in nature and the so called order of all things but in reality there is lots of chaos in the universe along with the apparent order you claim to see and attribute to god.


  1. Dude,

    You sound mad... Whatever happened man, you need to seek healing from it. You are hiding under intellect to mask your anger and wounded heart. Even a good conclusion made in anger and wounded ness is still a bad choice. The only way to deal with an issue is to deal with an issue. Ranting about how much you dislike Christians isn't going to get rid of whatever is bugging you. You are on my heart bro. When you post entries like this, the more I realize this is less of a rational issue with you and more of an emotional one. When I remember to I'll be praying for you! I love you. and I would invite you to go to Bristol's England's history and look up a man by the name of George Muller. He thought a lot like you and he prayed a lot. If you don't think prayer works, you need to rationally explain what happened

  2. I tell you, no! But unless you repent, you too will all perish. Luke 13:3