Atheists, like George Smith (author of “Atheism:The Case Against God) make claims like (paraphrase): “An atheist is one that does not believe the claims that a god exists…. that is it.”
The logical conclusion of that statement is that they actually admit to believing something that is both scientifically and logically impossible:
1. That everything came from nothing, without purpose, caused by random nothingness,
2. Then by random chemical reactions that happened without purpose, caused order to come from chaos (which violates the laws of thermodynamics),
3. Then life came from non-life (which violates the laws of thermodynamics and the laws of information) or rather something dead in one moment became alive (but deny Christ’s resurrection),
4. Then intelligence came by way of something that had no intelligence,
5. Then the human conscience developed from something that had no conscience.
All atheists actually believe this nonsense? This is why many apologists say that atheists have greater faith than most Christians.
The true definition of Atheism is a person who actually believes that believing in nothing is not only possible, but is also something to be believed.