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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Atheists Vs. Religionists:
Philosophical Drive-By Shootings

Atheists say that they do not believe in God.

Because, from their perspective, there is no evidence that He exists.

But what do atheists believe?

In what, precisely, do atheists have an absolute and unquestioning faith?

First of all, atheists have an absolute and unquestioning faith in the existence of the ‘thinker’; that is, in the existence of something for which, however, there is, in fact, NO evidence.

In other words, merely the thought of the ‘thinker’ does not constitute evidence that the ‘thinker’ actually exists in reality, any more than merely the thought of a unicorn is evidence that a unicorn actually exists in reality.

But, secondly, it gets worse:

Atheists also have an absolute and unquestioning faith in—or, more accurately, they have swallowed hook, line and sinker—the claim of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim religious officials that they are actually teaching what was originally taught by Moses and Isaiah, Jesus, or Mohammed; a claim for which, however, there is also, in fact, no EVIDENCE.

In other words, merely the claim of the monotheistic religious officials that they are teaching the original Revelations is no more evidence of the reality of that claim than the thought of the ‘thinker’ is evidence of the reality of the ‘thinker’, or the thought of a unicorn is evidence of the reality of the unicorn.

Thus, while the atheists triumphantly claim to have completely escaped both the authority of the monotheistic religious officials and the superstitions of the religionists, they have, in reality, an absolute and unquestioning faith in—or, more accurately, they are deathly afraid of questioning (exactly like the religionists, by the way)—the baseless claim of the monotheistic religious officials that they are teaching the original Revelations received by Moses, Isaiah, Jesus, or Mohammed

But there is a third problem here:

The atheist assertion that God does not exist is also based upon an absolute and unquestioning faith in the proposition that there can be only one perspective on reality; for which, of course, there is also no evidence.

For example, a person who drops a ball on a moving train can readily observe the vertical component of the path of the falling ball, but cannot observe the horizontal component of that motion; whereas a person in the train station can observe both the vertical and the horizontal component of that motion.

(And, thus, there is no answer to the question of what is the true path of the ball, or what is the path of the falling ball in reality. That reality—and that truth—depends entirely upon the perspective or the frame of reference of the observer.)

Thus, the arguments between atheists and religionists that I have encountered on Twitter are, in many respects, similar to a drive-by shooting...

In which a person on a moving train shoots a person in a train station who is capable of observing the horizontal component of the path of a ball dropped on a moving train...

Or a person in a train station shoots the person on the moving train who is unable to perceive that horizontal component.

From the perspective of the atheist (on the moving train), then, there is no evidence that God exists.

Whereas, from the perspective of the religionist (in the train station), the evidence for God’s existence is quite obvious.

Thus, the arguments between atheists and religionists become so fundamentally trivial as to be completely irrelevant to reality; the importance being what the implications are of such beliefs.

But, beyond the arguments of the religionists, there is, in fact, additional evidence of the existence of God; that evidence being the Vision of the “Son of man” and the Revelation of “the resurrection” (consisting of the Revelation of the Memory of Creation, the Revelation of the Memory of ‘the Fall’ into the dualistic consciousness of the “self” and the ‘thinker’, and the Revelation of the memories of previous lives).

That evidence also demonstrating that, because of their denial of the Truth about the Revelation and Doctrine of “the resurrection”, the ‘God’ of the religionists—the ‘God’ whose existence can be proved by the  ‘thinker’—is, in fact, nothing more than the ‘god of the dead’ rather than the God of the living.

Michael (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel, Sura 2, verse 98 of the Quran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light & Chapter 3, verse 12 of the Revelation of John) and

Sarah-->Elijah-->John the Baptist-->Mohammed-->Elizabeth (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel and Chapter 11, verse 14 & Chapter 17, verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew(1987) (7th Church) for:

(Seven Women, Seven Churches and Seven Sisters )

Hagar-->the apostle Mary-->Danielle (1982-1987) (6th Church)

(March, 1987—http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap960705.html )

Isaac-->the apostle John-->Robin (1986) (4th Church)

Ishmael-->the apostle Peter-->Cindy (1992) (5th Church)

Jacob-->the apostle Thomas-->Linda (1987- (2nd Church)

Esau-->the apostle, Judas-->Susan (1970) (1st
 Church)

Isaiah’s wife-->the apostle James-->Kimberly (2000-  (3rd 
 Church)


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