Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Michael Savage on Atheism

“So you’re an atheist and you say, “Well how do you know there’s a God?” So what is there, nothing? So nothing created you? So you believe in nothing? Therefore, you believe in something – but that’s nothing. You believe in nothingness. I believe in God. That’s all. How can you believe in nothingness? How is it possible to believe in nothingness? How can something come from nothing? It’s a violation of all the laws of physics! Something cannot come from nothing. It violates physical science, biological science, and theological science. It violates all the laws of reason! It violates all the laws of nonreason.” ― Michael Savage from Train Tracks: Family Stories for the Holidays


Near-Death Experiences of Atheists

Close Friends of Atheist Forrest J. Ackerman Claim He Contacted Them After His Death