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Atheism is neither supported by “Scientific Method” nor by Science

May 7, 2021

Atheism people give the impression that they are supported by Science and they demand of the Religions to give “Evidence” of God in terms of the “Scientific Method”. Their demand is unreasonable. Paarsurrey gives here some posts from the thread “Is Atheism based on superstition? ” on Religious Forum. Please click on the post #1 to get to the discussion.

Atheism has neither basis in Revelation nor in science.
Right? Please
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#1 <<<<paarsurrey

It is not absolutely essential for an Atheist to be reasonable. Atheism people are not bound to look to science for answers.
Are they? Please
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#20 <<<<<paarsurrey

paarsurrey said: Atheism has neither basis in Revelation nor in science.
Right? Please
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Correct. The discussion of atheism would be a topic of philosophy.#27 Willamena

Atheism is a topic of philosophy because it deals with mental relations, namely belief. It also touches on existential being, knowledge, and reality, which also lie in the area of philosophy.#43 Willamena

For ethical, moral and spiritual matters the religious people have to refer to the Revelation, this does not check/stop them referring to science in the matters pertaining material and physical realms, and it is a reasonable approach.
The Atheism do not refer to science necessarily as it is not essential in Atheism. Is it an essential part of Atheism ideology? Please
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#44 paarsurrey

“An attitude toward science may be a concomitant variable but that doesn’t make it part of the same thing”
“Science is not part of atheism”
“So saying atheists look to science for answers may describe most atheists, but even if it described all atheists it wouldn’t be part of what atheism actually is”

I agree with your above points.
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#45 paarsurrey

And Atheism would be as faulty as philosophy happens to be or even more.
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#48 paarsurrey

I’d say a superstition is an unquestioned belief in something/ aka blind faith

Atheism, by definition, goes out of its way to avoid questioning its own beliefs, this is the antithesis of science. So yes .#56 Guy Threepwood

And Atheism is just the same.
Thanks for confirming it.
Please
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#59 paarsurrey

Atheism is emptiness

November 22, 2017

Atheism is the lack of belief in gods, and lacking is like emptiness. The prime reason is that Atheism is completely unsupported by verifiable evidence of its own as an ideology and due to its own faults they don’t believe in the existence of One-True-God/YHVH/Allah, nevertheless they have faith in Atheism. Belief in God or No-God is beyond the limits of science which is a tool limited in the physical and material domains. Whatever the science discovers is never created by it, it only discovers that had already been created by One-True-God/YHVH/Allah.God is Great. 

Thread: “What is the evidence that physics have been/are different? “Debating Christianity and Religion Forum Index -> Science and Religion

Post 23: 

[Replying to post 16 by paarsurrey1]

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…not to mention that Atheism with all its hues and forms are not supported by science.

X——- wrote:

Atheism is the lack of belief in gods. The prime reason is that theism is completely unsupported by verifiable evidence for the existence of gods, further enhanced by the requirement of faith in theism. The more that science discovers about the world we live in, the further gods of all description recede into the background.

Paarsurrey wrote:

Atheism is the lack of belief in gods, and lacking is like emptiness. The prime reason is that Atheism is completely unsupported by verifiable evidence of its own as an ideology and due to its own faults they don’t believe in the existence of One-True-God/YHVH/Allah, nevertheless they have faith in Atheism. Belief in God or No-God is beyond the limits of science which is a tool limited in the physical and material domains. Whatever the science discovers is never created by it, it only discovers that had already been created by One-True-God/YHVH/Allah.God is Great.
Right, please?

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Question Everything (Except…)

April 29, 2014

“If he (an Atheist) can’t defend his view on the same terms that he asks that theism be defended, then he has not made a case that his view is superior.”

A very good point.

Fide Dubitandum

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In his “Miracle of Theism”, Mackie discusses the idea that people might believe in God without any rational reason. In fact, he discusses a few ideas under that heading, asking whether fideism (belief without reason) can be an intellectually respectable position.

My position, like Mackie’s, is that it cannot. In fact, I want to do Mackie one better and say that “just because I believe” is not an intellectually respectable position regardless of the content of that belief.

Mackie, it seems, is only interested in this question as it relates to theism. It never seems to occur to him that, if one must give a reason for one’s beliefs, then materialists, neutral monists, non-reductive naturalists, and other non-theists must also defend their views.

It is, I would say, the general approach of the non-theist to appeal to his/her views as a sort of default position, a thing not to…

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Atheism is asserted without evidence so it can be dismissed without evidence

January 18, 2014

Atheism being an extraordinary belief needs most extraordinary evidences

Hitchens’ razor cuts throat of Atheism.

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2014/01/creationist-ken-ham-versus-the-truth/#comment-1197434041

paarsurrey W Rick_K

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2014/01/creationist-ken-ham-versus-the-truth/#comment-1197316210

Please give your evidence that the One-True-God (Allah Yahweh Ahura-Mazda Parmeshwara Ishawara) does not exist; I won’t leave my present default natural position; unless there are strong evidence/s against it and I get convinced to it.

Rick_K @ paarsurrey

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2014/01/creationist-ken-ham-versus-the-truth/#comment-1197434041

And I won’t leave my belief that there is an incorporeal, invisible, magical dragon living in my garage unless you can prove it doesn’t exist.

And I will continue to believe you are a figment of my imagination and don’t actually exist until you can prove otherwise.

See how easy that is?

Here’s the deal, paarsurrey – extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. You are making the claim about some intelligent superbeing who affects everything but is completely undetectable. That requires not only some evidence to be believed, but extraordinary evidence.
The burden of proof is on you, not us. You are welcome to assert that your particular flavor of deity exists. But to borrow from Mr. Hitchens: What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

paarsurrey @ Rick_K
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/unfundamentalistchristians/2014/01/creationist-ken-ham-versus-the-truth/#comment-1198425763

I think Atheists claims are not only extraordinary but also weird instead of the one that I believe which is very natural and a default position.. As differing human beings the Atheists Agnostics Skeptics have a right to coexist though:

[109:1] In the name of Allah, the Gracious, the Merciful.,
[109:2] Say, ‘O ye disbelievers!
[109:3] ‘I worship not that which you worship;
[109:4] ‘Nor worship you what I worship.
[109:5] ‘And I am not going to worship that which you
worship;
[109:6] ‘Nor will you worship what I worship.
[109:7] ‘For you your religion, and for me my religion.’
http://www.alislam.org/quran/s&#8230;

Please refer to verse # [109:2] and verse # [109:7].

I think it would be most relevant about Atheism to say that atheistic claims are without evidence to start with hence no need to be believed as truthful.

I don’t hate Atheists .

I respect you.


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