Why I No Longer Believe

February 13th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

When people inevitably discover that I no longer believe in God, after the sympathies, they want to know why.  It’s difficult to answer such a question in a few seconds and most people don’t have the time to sit and listen to my reasons why.  This video is but a small snippet of the many reasons why I no longer believe in God.  After all, I could, quite literally, speak for about two hours on why I don’t believe the two creation account in the bible and the impossibilities of Noah’s ark.

So, if you’ve got a few minutes to spare, this can get you started and you can do some research for yourself later if you like.

  1. fepperson22
    July 17th, 2010 at 20:55 | #1

    I have a question. It appears science had a heavy influence on your decision. The video states that his beliefs are now based on logic and reasoning and not emotional feelings(I’m going to assume your beliefs line up with his). So essentially no faith at all. Everything has an explanation. Then please just explain this: Where did it all begin? I’m not saying the beginning of man or the beginning of the earth. But the beginning of space as it is. I’m not referring to the universe or any galaxies just space. I feel kind of silly trying to explain this. Let’s say that there is a box. and the box is the very end of anything. It is the end of space. Inside there are galaxies and planets. My question is where did the box come from. I hope that explains what I’m trying to say. Obviously I do believe in God and creation. I would also like to say that I respect you as a human and you have every right to make your own decision.

  2. geoffrey_evert
    May 10th, 2011 at 20:20 | #2

    hey fepperson22, before you ask that, answer this. Most atheists say the world began with the Big Bang. There was a speck of matter that exploded. You reply as, “how can matter just be there? where does it come from?” then I ALWAYS reply, “Well how did god create earth? Where did he come from? If you can say he was just ‘there’ then why can’t we say that speck of matter was just ‘there’?

    Also, how do you split an ocean? Cross it without all the trenches or coral or volcanoes or mountains? And how do you cross it in minutes? By foot, it’d take weeks – months to cross, plus all the other ‘miracles’ you say he did.

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