Atheistic misconceptions of theistic evidence

As reported by John Burger:

In a twist that would have been unthinkable five decades ago, a man in Russia could go to jail for blogging that God does not exist.

Ironically, Viktor Krasnov’s day in court was to be Tuesday [April 12], which was the 55th anniversary of the historic space flight of [Christian] Cosmonaut Yuri Gargarin. Soviet [atheist] leader Nikita Khrushchev later said in a speech that Gargarin found no evidence of God while orbiting Earth

But that’s not so much as effective reasoning than a politically charged quip from an atheist politician. This next quote puts things into perspective:

Since God is Spirit, then His image can only be that which is also spirit; since God is not matter, His image cannot be imparted to matter, which is regarded at best as a mere production of God and hence alien to Him in a sense which spirit cannot be.

Quote sources

  1. Burger, J. (2016) Atheist Blogger Challenges New Russian “Blasphemy” Law. Available Last accessed 29th May 2016.
  2. Rushdoony, R.J. (1959). By What Standard? An Analysis of the Philosophy of Cornelius Van Til. The Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, Philadelphia, p. 124

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