Questions to Ask

FIVE QUESTIONS TO ASK
AN ATHEIST

1. How did the Universe Originate?

Many atheists believe matter and energy originated from nothing. But the First Law of Thermodynamics states matter and Energy is neither created nor destroyed, " thus atheists violate this Law of Science.

2. How did Order Originate?

The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics states a system (like the Universe) will go from Order to Disorder over time. But atheists argue the Universe went from chaos and disorder (a big bang) to an orderly Universe.

3. How did Life Originate?

Atheists believe living organisms first arose from nonliving matter. However the Law of Biogenesis and the Cell Theory states: "Life only comes from life." Thus atheists violate these foundations of Biology.

4. Was there a Cause for People?

The Law of Causality states: Every effect must have a cause. "Atheists would argue there was a cause for a pencil, but they argue there was no cause for people. Thus atheists violate the Law of Causality.

5. Everyone knows Mount Rushmore was the result of intelligent design. Do you think the human body is the result of intelligent design?

Laws of science show that it takes more faith to be an atheist then it does to believe in God.

FOUR QUESTIONS TO ASK
AN EVOLUTIONIST

1. Do you know the difference between Creation and Evolution?

Evolutionists think people have bacteria as an ancient ancestor. Creationists think bacteria can only make bacteria
and people can
only
come
from people.

Creation is supported by genetics and biochemistry.

2. Do you know the difference between microevolution and macroevolution?

Microevolution (variation or natural selection): You are taller than your grandpa (true). Macroevolution: your great, great, great grandpa was bacteria (false).

3. Where are the Missing Links?

If we have bacteria as ancestors, there should be 1000's of living missing links and 1000's of fossilized missing links. If macroevolution is true, where is the evidence?

4. Which Theory of Evolution do you believe is true?

There are many theories. Gradualism (slow evolution), Punctuated Equilibria (fast evolution), and Theistic Evolution (caused by God). If it is true, why are there so many theories?

From Creationism.org;

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