Arguing for Life–A Scientific Slam Dunk

As you know, I believe all Atheists are faking and their conclusion is nothing more than a risky game they like to play.

I read an interesting article this week, about the world’s most famous atheist, Richard Dawkins, from England, who was unable to say he’s 100% sure God does not exist.

The host interviewing him, along with an Arch Bishop from England, seemed perplexed by his self-doubt.

Fact is, he’s being honest.

It’s difficult to say really, what leads a person to a place in their lives where they declare themselves Atheists.

What’s not difficult to comprehend is that there exists no scientific experiment which can disprove God.

Simply said, Atheists love science to death, but have yet to find an experiment which can rule Him out.

Here are two definitions of science we need to know:

1. a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws.

2. systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation.

Recently, our district had a local election for a vacated seat in our State House.

Thankfully, a very bright woman named Tricia won the contest.

Ironically, she is a pro-life Democrat–remember, I live in Massachusetts–that’s as good as it gets here.

One of the criticisms she received from her primary opponents was that, as a pro-life Roman Catholic, she did not represent the Democrat’s pro-choice platform.

They were right to some degree–death is their motto.

I had the privilege of running into her soon after she won the election.

Here’s what I said:

Your Roman Catholic Faith is irrelevant to the argument of the scientific question–“when does life begin?”  Find a biologist who would disagree–you can’t.

Bottom line:

Life begins at conception, not just because The Bible and The Church say so, but because we can ascertain (watch me closely now) through systematic knowledge of the physical world, gained through observation and experimentation, that through the joining of a sperm and an egg–life begins.

It’s been scientifically proven, countless billions of times.

What more evidence do we need?

Just like the Atheist, who could not stand firmly on an argument such as 2-2=0, when it comes to the sum of God being nothing, neither can guerillas of the pro-choice movement say with certainty–“life does not begin at conception.”

In fact, the entire body of evidence is contrary.

So, the next time you have an argument with a feminist, ask her why she’s so unscientific in her approach.

I promise, she’ll be the one perplexed.

With God, we can always beat them at their own game.


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