Atheists Always Lie #03: Physics and Biochemistry and Evolution

Please support our work via Paypal or Bitcoin or Patreon. Atheists make a lot of claims on science, but what’s so funny about it is how few scientists will back up many of the claims they make, and how few scientists are actually Atheists.  Indeed, Atheists are a minority among scientists even in places like China, where Atheism is rigorously enforced by the government, and most Nobel laureates in fields like Physics are Christians even today, with a good representation from believing practicing Jews and some other religions. And that’s because belief in God is rational and useful in a field like Physics, and is well-evidenced!

Tune in for this off-the cuff discussion!

Scientists and Belief

No really, even around the world, Scientists are NOT majority Atheist.

Nobel Laureates in Physics:

Georges LeMaitre, the formulator of the Big Bang

The Cosmological Constant

Oxford Science & Math Professor John Lennox trashes Lawrence Krauss’s “Something from Nothing”

Elon Musk and the Digital Universe Theory

Lynn Margulis:

Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander:

Molecular Biologist from Freedom from Atheism Foundation:

Biochemist Sy Garte:

Lynn Margulis page on Amazon:

Lynn Margulis destroys Richard Dawkins and “Selfish Gene” at Oxford:

Atheists Always Lie #01:

Atheism is no longer just the average person who decides they don’t believe in God or don’t find the evidence for God they’ve seen so far convincing. It is now an ideological hate movement and cult ideology, rooted originally in Marxist thought but now embraced by many libertarians and “conservative” right-wingers. The cult gets by by simply lying about the evidence wherever the find it.

In reality we have evidence in multiple fields in science. So to kick off an ongoing series we’re dubbing “Atheists Always Lie,” we will look at just one of the areas where we have evidence for God in contemporary mainstream science: Near Death Experience.

Let us know your thoughts and share your suggestions!

Heroes sometimes fail: Why Stephen Hawking is wrong

As a human being who often struggles with relatively trivial difficulties in life, I have long felt admiration for Stephen Hawking’s courage and determination to continue working in spite of a highly-debilitating disease. As a physics enthusiast, I have the greatest respect for his accomplishments. But now, as a result of an article published in The Guardian two weeks ago, I also feel embarrassment for, and disappointment in, Hawking. The article reported his views on religion and metaphysics — they were unoriginal, ill-informed, biased, insensitive, and even arrogant.

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