In the final segment of this interview with Thunderf00t, his argument really runs around in circles. The atheist worldview says that there are no absolutes, yet he uses the very word “absolute” many times. An atheist’s worldview is internally inconsistent and the only way to argue for his worldview is to abandon it by suggesting that the “flying spaghetti monster” is the one who has reveled knowledge to him. As soon as he suggests this, he has given up atheism in an attempt to defend his atheism.
He still doesn’t get it. It really is sad, but God says that he will not see the truth until he repents.
In part 2 of my talk with thunder foot he continues to show that he has no basis for his worldview. Every time he used the word “assume” he was basically saying, “we do not know this”. How can you do science, how can you reason, how can you think, how can you build a civilization, when you have no basis for reason, science, or thoughts.
I got into a twitter conversation with an atheist named Alex a while back and found the conversation worth a read. Alex continues to try to push the conversation into the area of science and knowledge, yet had already admitted that he may be wrong about everything he thinks he knows. If you engage in a conversation with an atheist, and he or she admit doubt about everything they think they know, the debate is over because you have demonstrated that the atheist has no knowledge. It is puzzling to discover why atheists would want to debate knowledge after they have admitted that it is possible they don’t have any.
It took nearly 10 minutes but we finally got Thunderf00t to admit the truth of his position: “It is conceivable that the universe does not exist.” This is the foundational point at which the unbeliever’s worldview falls apart. The unbeliever knows that to claim certainty about anything would require knowledge from the one who knows everything. Because they are trying to avoid this, an unbeliever is forced to say, “It is conceivable that the universe does not exist.”
During the first ever Reason Rally in Washington D.C. more than 8,000 atheists from every denomination of humanism on the planet gathered to encourage each other by blaspheming the name of Jesus Christ. One of my very first interviews was with a YouTube personality named Thunderf00t. His youtube channel has more than 300 videos and a total of over 40,000,000 (40 million) views. Here is part one of the interview.
What a fascinating day we had at the first-ever Reason Rally in Washington, D.C., where 8,000 to 10,000 atheists gathered to meet like-minded people to show themselves that they exist. As I walked up to the reason rally and saw all the faces of people that were celebrating the blaspheming of God’s name, I was filled with Godly sorrow. I beg God to grant these individuals repentance, so that they could see the truth. (2 Tim 2:25)
Truly the “fool” has said in his heart that there is no God. The following was posted by a self-proclaimed atheist named Rick. Once an unbeliever says this, the debate is over. They lost.
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