The error atheists make is thinking that Aristotle meant the Prime Mover was like the person who pushes the first domino, setting off a series of events. The person in this analogy had a cause, her parents created her, therefore God must have a creator as well. God, according to Aristotle and St. Thomas, did not set the Universe in motion by giving it a push; God is the teleology (the purpose served by change rather than by postulated causes) of the causal Universe.
It has always been the aim of secularists to elect an atheist into the office of the President of the United States. Never have they been closer to achieving this goal, and never have the stakes been higher. With November only 2 months away, atheists are putting all their effort into supporting the campaign for possibly the first atheist president—Donald Trump.
What exactly are your feelings towards God, and why?
“Mostly angry at him for inventing things like the common cold and insects that plant their young inside of other insects who then slowly eat them alive from the inside out over the course of days or weeks.”
The question atheists need to ask themselves is why would God tell us what we can figure out ourselves? Indeed the Bible does not contain a scientific explanation of our existence, but rather a transcendental explanation.
Therein lies the great fallacy of atheism. You tell me the Universe is not guided by reason because it can be explained by reason. You say our existence is merely part of a system which follows logic, and therefore the system has no logic.
Hard to deny there’s a direct correlation between the rise in atheism, and global warming. Atheists credit themselves with the technological and industrial progress made since Late Antiquity, are they proud of what they’re doing to the Earth?
It seems reprehensible to suggest someone’s life doesn’t matter—but this is an objective fact about atheism. They’ll be the first to tell you that life has no meaning, or some platitude about how we must find our own meaning. Sorry atheists, life does have meaning and serves as much function to God as a brain cell serves to the mind; in this analogy, atheism is cancer.