Sample clip of my debate with an
atheist on the issue of morality.
Find the whole debate at this link
Find it Fast - Fast Facts: Some celebrity New Atheists who positively affirm God’s non-existence…
…at least when it is convenient that is, until they are challenged at which time they switch to the weak, almost certain, 99% sure, etc. sect/denomination of atheism:
Richard Dawkins, “God is not dead. He was never alive in the first place.”
PZ Myers, “gods don't exist.”
William Provine, “There are no gods, no purposes, and no goal-directed forces of any kind.”
Michael Shermer, “there is no God, intelligent designer, or anything resembling the divinity.”
Lewis Wolpert: I used to pray but I gave it up because when I asked God to help me find my cricket bat, he didn’t help.
Justin Brieley: Right, and that was enough for you to prove that God did not exist.
Lewis Wolpert: Well, yes. I just gave it up completely.1
Lewis Wolpert:, "[I] stopped believing in God when I was 15 or 16 because he didn’t give me what I asked for.”2
Penn Jillette, “I know God doesn’t exist”
Anne Nicol Gaylor, “There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world.”
As for this last quote: Anne Nicol Gaylor is the principal founder of the Freedom From Religion
Foundation and directed it 1976-2004, the statement was her aphorism. Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor (Anne's daughter) now direct the FFRF.
The statement is said to not merely be a quote from Anne but is an FFRF maxim that is use every year as a Winter Solstice message that they put on display in order to counter religious displays in government buildings.
It may be republished in part or in its entirety on websites, blogs, or any
print media for whatever purpose (in agreement or in order to criticize it) only as
long as the following conditions are met:
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