“The fool has said in his heart… there is no God”
Atheists often claim to be rational and to base their decision making on reason however the following succinctly shows why if atheists really understood their world view they would have to regard themselves as zombies, fully determined by matter and the laws of physics. They can neither have free will nor initiate thoughts both of which are necessary if one is to claim the ability to reason. If atheism is true the status of human beings is represented by ( C ) in the diagram below.
The diagram is from an article “The Lucretian swerve: The biological basis of human behavior and the criminal justice system” by Anthony R. Cashmore published by Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States (PNAS) vol. 107 no. 10 4499–4504.
These walking zombies who have no free will and cannot produced their own thoughts are seeking to impose sexual anarchy and moral nihilism as paradigms for social policy under the rubric of secularism.
Their present legislative agenda includes the normalisation of LGBTTTIQ pathology and same sex marriage.
The incoherent madness of these walking zombies must be rejected by all well thinking citizens.
Secularists – Up your Alley
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Models for the flow of information between unconscious neural activity and conscious thought. In A, the commonly accepted model is shown whereby WILL influences conscious thought and, in turn, unconscious neural activity, to direct behavior. The difficulty with this model is that there is no causal component directing WILL. In B, a causal component for WILL is introduced; however WILL now simply reflects unconscious neural activity and GES (genes, environment, and stochasticism). That is, WILL loses its “freedom.” In C, WILL is dispensed with, and conscious thought is simply a reflection of unconscious neural activity and GES. Conscious thought is now primarily a means of following—more than a means of influencing—the direction of behavior by unconscious neural activity. This subservient role of conscious thought in directing behavior in model C, is indicated by the dotted arrow 2 (contrasting with the solid line for the corresponding arrow in A and B).