There Is No God – Proof

Priests molest little boys

Catholic priests molesting children is

Proof There Is No God

What kind of a Loving, Merciful, Kind, Benevolent, Caring, Compassionate, All-Powerful, Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent,  Perfect, Patient, Persevering, Righteous,  Almighty God would allow someone, acting in His name, to molest children?

This is the worst of the worst. There is nothing worse than a priest preying on those who trust him. Not only the physical pain at the time of the violation but emotional pain for the rest of the victims life.

Oh, I can hear it now. “Well you don’t know what worse thing He’s preventing because He is preventing it”. Maybe, but if god is permitting priests to prey on little boys, then the fact that he may be preventing something worse is irrelevant. He is allowing this.

What does it take to get God to intervene? When does God begin to exhibit all the above attributes if not to prevent priests from raping  little boys?

How is it possible that a Loving, Merciful, Kind, Benevolent, Caring, Compassionate, All-Powerful, Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent,  Perfect, Patient, Persevering, Righteous,  Almighty God would permit this greatest of abhorrent atrocities?

God has intervened many times. In the Old Testament, He is constantly directing Moses, David, Noah, Abraham, et. al to do something nefarious .or He is actually doing it himself.

For Example:

God threw stones down on ????. More were killed by God’s boulders than by the Israelites armies.

But he chooses to remain silent.


In the name of “Free Will”?


You believe that?

What’s another explanation?

The obvious explanation is that

There Is No God.

To insist that there is a God means you worship and praise a God who cannot, does not, will not, show any sense of compassion and who doesn’t care about anything other than being worshiped.

which is worse

15 comments on “There Is No God – Proof

  1. Ken Morgan says:

    I agree no evidence for any god

  2. Ken Morgan says:

    It is amazing how people still believe in god after all the suffering in the world,nothing fails like prayer how come prayer only works I finding your keys or parking places or wallet

  3. Rachel says:

    Wow! To believe there is No God simply because I (the writer of this “There Is No God-Proof”) say so is Proof that there is No God! Amazing “Reasoning and Logic” to say the least…

    • TruthSayer says:

      Your description of my observations also applies to the Bible. There is Jesus and God just because the Wholly Holeyi Holyi Book of Babble sayis there is. Where’s the real evidence?

  4. C.R, Coleman says:

    The letter J was not invented until 1521. Neither the Hebrew, Greek or Arabs have nor ever had a letter J. The name Jesus was not created until 1629. If the so called Jesus was born in BCE his name can’t be Jesus. C.R.C.

  5. BG says:

    2 of 2: Arguments for Christianity:


    One of the strongest defenses in favor of Christianity is the number prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in the Old Testament. Over sixty detailed prophecies were fulfilled by Christ. Prophecies such as the one found in Micah 5:2 declares the exact town that Jesus would be born in. The Book of Micah was written around 700 BC. There were hundreds of cities during this time, yet Bethlehem was designated as the birthplace of Jesus. Also, around 700 BC, the Book of Isaiah would claim that Christ would be born a virgin. The Book of Psalms (written around 1000 BC) declared the Messiah would have his hands and feet pierced. Roughly five hundred years before the life of Jesus, the Book of Zechariah declared the Messiah would be betrayed for thirty pieces of silver. Other prophecies include: Jesus deriving from the lineage of David (Jeremiah 23:5), Christ entering the city on a donkey (Zechariah 9:9), along with more than fifty other fulfilled prophecies.

    The odds of completing these prophecies are what makes this argument so compelling. One must keep in mind, these sixty-plus detailed prophecies were completed by one man, not a group of people. A mathematics professor, Peter Stoner, presented a math probability to his students: find the odds of one person completing only eight (of the 61 major) prophecies. The students calculated the odds of completing 8 of the 61 prophecies at 1 in 10 to the 21st power. Once the odds were finalized, Stoner provided an example: “First, blanket the entire Earth land mass with silver dollars 120 feet high. Second, specially mark one of those dollars and randomly bury it. Third, ask a person to travel the Earth and select the marked dollar, while blindfolded, from the trillions of other dollars.” The American Scientific Association verified that the findings and probabilities were both sound and convincing. Many of the prophecies were written 500-1000 years before Jesus was even born. These authors did not have an opportunity to collude with one another, as many of them lived in different times and places throughout history. In the Bible, there are approximately 300 references to the 61 major prophecies fulfilled by Jesus. If the odds of completing only 8 of the prophecies are that insurmountable, fulfilling all 61 prophecies is beyond comprehension.

    JOB 38:1

    The Book of Job is the oldest book in the Bible. Scholars dispute its authorship, but generally agree that it was written sometime between the 7th and 4th century BCE. Composed over 3,000 years ago, Job contains many passages referencing various disciplines of science. In one of the passages, God asks the following questions: “Can you bind the chains of Pleiades? Can you loosen Orion’s belt?” (Job 38:31 [New International Version].) These two simple questions become extremely important when researching history and science.

    The Pleiades star cluster, also referred to as the “Seven Sisters,” contains hundreds of stars. The stars are bound together by a symmetry of movement and do not change. The Pleiades cluster never seems to move to the human eye. God asked Job if he could bind the stars together and keep them in unity. The more important component of Job 38:31 is the reference to Orion. “Orion’s Belt” is a familiar constellation, easily recognized by the three bright stars: Alnitak, Alnilam, and Mintaka. The stunning prediction made by God (loosening Orion’s belt) was not discovered until modern astronomical measurements were available, long after the book of Job was written. The stars are slowly moving apart from one another in different directions. Many years from now, the constellation will no longer exist. Unlike the Pleiades, this constellation is only temporary. There was no way for the author of Job to have knowledge of these astronomical facts. Science is not an enemy of Christianity, the two are in perfect harmony. Outside of the Bible, science is God’s greatest gift for human knowledge.

    These are just 2 of many, many arguments- but in all- the reason why I am a Christian, and not a deist…… Is #1- the amount of prophecies Jesus of Nazareth fulfilled, and the unreal odds against it happening.

  6. BG says:

    1 of 2: 3 quick arguments for theism (a god in general):

    1- The Fine Tuning Argument:

    The old earth model (or old earth creationism) aligns with the Bible and science perfectly. Old earth creationism states the universe is approximately 13-14 billion years old, and the Earth is roughly 4-5 billion years in age. The strength of gravity is so precise, if it were changed by as little as one percent either heavier or lighter (just one billionth of a gram,) life would cease to exist. If the strength of gravity were any heavier, atoms would be pulled together. If gravity were lighter, there would not be enough of it to produce stars, galaxies, or planets.

    The mass of a proton is 1.6726219 x 10 to the negative 27th power (kg.) The mass of an electron is 9.10938356 x 10 to the negative 31st power (kg.) If either of these two numbers were altered by only one number or decimal, DNA would have never formulated. The universe is in a constant rate of expansion (around 67 kilometers or 42 miles per second.) If this expansion rate were any faster, there would not be any stars, galaxies, or planets. If the rate were slower, matter would have been pulled together and formed massive black holes. Dr. Hugh Ross, a Christian apologist and astrophysicist, explains the odds in layman’s terms. Ross begins by stating the importance of the universe staying electrically neutral (meaning the number of positively charged particles always equals the number of negatively charged particles). If the universe does not stay neutral, gravity would be controlled by electromagnetism, and no galaxies, planets, stars, or life would be possible. The number of electrons that must equal to the number of protons is 10 to the 37th power, or 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. This number is almost impossible to fathom, so Ross provides a mental picture. North America would have to be covered in dimes, followed by dimes being stacked to the moon (roughly 239,000 miles high.) Afterward, the same thing would need to be done to a billion other North America’s (in relation to width and height.) Then, one of these dimes should be painted red, before blindfolding a friend. Finally, the friend must choose the red dime, out of the billions and billions of dimes
    available. This provides a mental representation of 10 to the 37th power. After carefully analyzing the previous numbers and odds, then including the probability of the planet Jupiter being where it is (in the solar system,) our precise distance to the sun, and the Earth’s complex atmosphere, it becomes apparent that humans are not here by chance.

    Nuclear force, the powerful attractive force that holds the nucleus together, is also mandatory for life. If this force were stronger by only fifty percent, most of the hydrogen (a main ingredient for stars) would have burned away in the earlier stages of the universe. If the nuclear force were any weaker, very few elements other than hydrogen would have materialized. Also, if the specific amount of carbon and oxygen in stars were any smaller, the forces from the stars would have been too powerful to produce life. Differences between the two lightest quarks (subatomic particles carrying a fractional electric charge) at even the slightest alteration would have led to a much less complex universe. The strength of the weak force, the interaction between sub-atomic particles that cause radioactive decay and is essential for nuclear fission, is also perfected. If the strength were weaker by only a factor of ten, there would have been extra neutrons in the earlier part of the universe. If this were the case, stars such as the Sun would not have survived long enough to produce life. The cosmological constant, global cosmic energy density, relative amplitude of density fluctuations in the early stages of the universe, and initial entropy of the universe are also fine-tuned, with any changes negating life. These statistics are merely a few mind-blowing facts surrounding the fine-tuning of the universe. When complied together, it is one of the stronger arguments in favor of a higher power.

    #2- Why the universe is so big:

    If the universe were smaller, and if God only created one planet, one star, or one solar system, he or she would question God’s power and ask why there was so little in the universe. The size and magnitude of our solar system and galaxy alone, not counting the trillions of other galaxies and stars, should point to an omnipotent creator. As previously stated, the universe is constantly expanding, and has been since the initial Big Bang. If the universe were static, even for a short period of time, it would have collapsed due to the strength of gravity, and life would have been impossible. The laws of physics do not change.

    #3- Who created God?

    All academic evidence we currently have points to a finite universe (although if the universe was infinite, it would not disprove God.) Anyone or anything that has a beginning requires a creator. God is infinite, timeless, and eternal; by being infinite and outside of time, God does not need a creator. Only something that is finite does.

    • Kelvin says:

      You have NOT presented any evidence of a god; all those paragraphs were a waste of time. The so-called “fine tuning” is not evidence; we do not know if there has been any fine-tuning ,as in a conscious entity doing anything. Until one can show evidence for some beings doing this, it is only a hypothesis. If one could actually prove some entity had something to do with anything like that, it would not be evidence for a religious deity, let alone the Christian one.

      No, it is NOT evident that humans are not here by chance, that is an opinion. We presently do not know.

      The size of the universe is not evidence for a higher power either. Also, we do not presently know if the laws of the universe evolve over time. Technically, there are no “laws”, that word is a metaphor or shorthand descriptor.

      The universe being finite or not has nothing to do with a god. One cannot posit a god as timeless,eternal, etc without evidence for that being, which presently there is none. Everything you’ve stated are only assertions, NOT facts. We have heard these all before from numerous apologists.

      No prophecies have been fulfilled. There is no science in the Bible, it is not a history book, it has already been disproved using, among others: geography, geology, paleontology, astronomy, archaeology, history, philology, anthropology, the biological sciences( including evolutionary biology , physiology, genetics)..

      The #1 reason why one is a Christian, Jew, Hindu, etc is due to upbringing, NOT evidence. People have not been able to reason themselves out of something they never reasoned themselves into in the first place.

    • TruthSayer says:

      My response to you is to read the response Kelvin posted just below yours.

    • TruthSayer says:

      How do you know the earth is finite? That it requires a creator? If . God is infinite, timeless, and eternal; by being infinite and outside of time, then so is the universe. It has always existed, just like God. So there!

  7. BG says:

    #1- You are committing the obvious and most common fallacy when you made the comment about molesting children.
    Number 1- Many, many Christians (including myself) are not Catholic (trust me- I have many, many issues with Catholicism).

    Number 2- The teachings of Jesus of Nazareth are the complete opposite of a priest molesting anyone. If you are a parent….. you have a boy….. and your raise that boy the right way. You do everything in your power to show him right from wrong. And yet, that boy goes out and rapes an underage girl. Or maybe he goes on a shooting spree, killing innocent people. Does that fall on you, as a wonderful parent? Of course not. My point is- those action of weak mortals do not reflect on the teachings of Christ- we are given 100% free will- it’s either 0 or 100….. no in-between.

    And as far as “there is no God”…. I’ll leave you with 2 more posts- 1 with several arguments for a theistic god, and several arguments for the Christian God. These are only a few of many- but it is a good start.

  8. frank says:

    trust me when you are about to die you will reach to God because you will be scared.

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