The five arguments against God

The five arguments against God May 26, 2009

Rev. William Cwirla comments on another scathing critique of the new atheists, this time from Charlotte Allen, writing in the LA Times, no less. In the course of his discussion, Rev. Cwirla lists the five basic arguments against the existence of God, which, when you put them like this, are exceedingly weak and illogical:

1.  The existence of God can’t be proven scientifically, therefore there is no God.

2.  Religious people do bad things, therefore there is no God.

3.  No one has yet to convince me there is a God, therefore there is no God.

4.  The world sucks, therefore there is no God.

5.  Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy don’t exist, therefore there is no God.

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