Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Untenable Position of Atheism

If we could peel away all the layers of atheists’ denial, we would find that they are potential believers who have chosen not to activate their innate capacity for belief. They have chosen to cling to something that is mutually exclusive to belief in God, so they buried their God awareness in order to get on with their wants. Perhaps many of them do not want to place themselves under the authority of a higher power that may have claims on them, so they deny that any higher power exists in order to maintain the illusion of self-mastery. Theirs is not a solid, insoluble conviction. And if either atheism or belief in God must be wrong (as one or the other must), it is the atheists who are in greater jeopardy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wow! I'm *so* convinced by what you just said. Very Descartes. How does this make atheism untenable? It seems to prove just as soundly that faith is untenable.