By Michael Shoesmith
This is the fifth and final article in a series exposing the self evident doctrines of Atheism. We have covered the doctrines of cannibalism, elitism, defeatism, liberalism, and now naturalism. There have been thousands of comments left on my internet ministries articles and video teachings and over time the doctrines of Atheism have emerged and eventually fully exposed themselves as religious articles cemented within the constitution of the religion.
Naturalism is a philosophy. It is embraced by every atheist. Here is how dictionary.com defines naturalism in the context of our discussion.
a. the view of the world that takes account only of natural elements and forces, excluding the supernatural or spiritual.
b. the belief that all phenomena are covered by laws of science and that all teleological explanations are therefore without value.
There you go. Naturalism. Not only does naturalism deny the existence of God, but it also declares the non-existence of any other realm except the natural. Therefore, by embracing the philosophy of naturalism, atheists have come up with several pseudo-qualifiers which have enabled them to be embraced by society. The sub-doctrine of evolution by natural selectionis perhaps chief among them. The apologists of Atheism use incredibly harsh tactics to put unbelievers in their place. They use their time in indoctrination mills to nurse from the breast of elitism and embrace the illusion of intellectual superiority while ingesting the talking points they will later use on people like me. Here are some examples from atheists who proudly illustrated the doctrine of naturalism.
The difference is that one can feel and MEASURE the wind. That measurement can be repeated and verified objectively. Can your god be felt by everyone with the gift to feel? Can your god be objectively measured? Can we all agree on said measurement? Your analogy is as solid as the design of the hindenburg. Atheist
If one has seen no evidence of God, then faith doesn't even enter into the issue. Faith is only employed to support that which is *not* perceived. Faith is only employed when you willfully reject what your five senses/brain are telling you. There is a MOUNTAIN of physical evidence to support the theory of evolution. Doesn't mean it's perfectly correct. But tell me- where's the evidence for God's existence? Never mind providing a mountain. Just give us a scrap of objective evidence. Atheist
Throughout history, most Gods have eventually faltered and failed. Even the God of Abraham, conveniently placed "outside the universe" eventually must meet the same fate. He is a manifestation, and at times he has been a worthy one. But humanity will certainly leave him behind, as they have left all others. Is this bad? I don't knowand not knowing is OK with me. Atheist
Perhaps future generations will find that the tendency to create/worship deities was an important part of the evolution of our species. Wouldn't that be ironic? Atheist
There you go. As you can see, there is really no attempt to hide this doctrine. It is, as I have previously pointed out, a delusion bubble. It's an existential paradigm separate from reality and is trying desparately to displace reality in spite of the inevitable outcome.
As an observer of the human condition I see how people, when confronted with the notion that there is no other reality than the natural, simply shake their heads in unbelief and walk away disturbed that anyone would believe such nonsense. And yet the ranks are swelling among the atheists. Why. How is happening? Are they succeeding at displacing reality? Hardly. These apparent victories are signs of the soon return of Jesus Christ to the earth. It is part of the "strong delusion" and "great falling away" that must happen before His coming. People will mock Christianity and say things like "where is the promise of his coming"? According to Peter we shouldn't be surprised by any of this. The Devil is playing his flute and people are dancing in his shadow like pigs to the slaughter house.
My name is Michael D. Shoesmith. I have written and published five books. Please visit me at prosperousindividual.com. Thank you.
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