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Debunking Christianity

Updated: 2018-04-25T03:53:37.156-04:00


Famous Jesus Stories Keep Taking Direct Hits


The second main point Turek makes in his chapter on causality is that without God, there would be no laws of nature — and therefore no cause and effect: “Have you ever asked yourself, why are there laws at all?… Why is reality governed by cause and effect? Why are the laws of nature so uniform, precise, and predictable?”

He says that “Either they arose from a preexisting supernatural intelligence or they did not.” (And he adds that “even Lawrence Krauss recognizes this” — which shouldn’t be surprising, given that those are the only two logical possibilities!) And of the two, the first of course appears to him far more likely: “After all, experience tells us that laws always come from lawgivers.”
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