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Daniel Blue Cloud, Published July 23 2010

Atheist worldview is unintelligible

I find it interesting that these so-called freethinking atheists take such issue with Christianity and religion. If they would take a moment to really examine their own beliefs, they would realize that they haven’t got a leg to stand on.

Quite simply, the atheist worldview fails to provide the preconditions of intelligibility. That means that the atheist cannot make sense of the world around him or the things he experiences. Furthermore, the atheist worldview cannot provide any basis for objective laws of logic, science or morality.

An atheist cannot really tell you what is true, what is real or what is right or wrong. His worldview just doesn’t allow it.