Why do we not see arguments for antitheism, that is, for people who believe in an omnipotent, omniscient and omnimalevolent being? Is it rational or emotional?
Christopher New offers a reflection. I have highlighted some of his arguments in a post and they are worth looking at.
You must have read the 14th Psalm where the above verse is found.
I have written a post in response to a Catholic who in her writing consider the atheist a fool for not believing fairy tales or for dismissing miracles and prophecy.
Every so often, one finds a piece on the internet that lumps contemporary atheists in one group called New Atheists. The people who call us such do not tell us any identifying characteristics of these homogeneous group of non believers and often their writing is either a critique of Dawkins, Hitchens and Dennett or other popular atheist writers without offering any valid proof to the god claim.Continue
To answer this question, we would first have to grant that whatever is said about Jesus is true, that is, he was the son of a god, born of a virgin mother, walked among men doing great things for a period of one or three years depending on whose authority you rely on, was arrested, crucified, died and resurrected, you know, the whole schmuck of a story as related by anons in the New Testament.
There are those who tell us, he was a great teacher and that even if it were to be proved he…Continue