There's a blogger out there on the left who goes by the name of 900 ft. Jesus. [This may be an allusion to a vision Oral Roberts claimed to have of Jesus.]
In a recent post she professed faith in evolution and logic and mocked creationists and those who believe religious texts instead of trusting in logic. Here's my response.
If she believes in darwinian evolution, then she believes her brain is the result of scrapyard DNA thrown together without purpose or design. Why she would trust anything that came out of it is beyond me.
She also claims to believe in logic, but, without God, it is absurd that immaterial logic should exist or, if it did somehow exist, that it should be trustworthy -- the universe is cold, unfeeling, uncaring, meaningless and senseless; there is no intelligence behind it, so there should not be intelligence mechanisms (such as reason, logic, and abstract thought) "out there" for us to discover and employ.
Simply put, without God, atheism would be impossible.
Without God creating human minds capable of abstract thought, without God creating our brains to be (relatively) trustworthy reality-processors, without God creating reason and logic, and opening up the worlds of reason and logic to us, atheism would be nothing more than illogical babblings of undesigned, purposeless brains.
God makes atheism possible.
She should at least thank him for that.
And that's the way the Ball bounces.