20 more questions.

As painful as these questions are, here are some more.  As a warning, there are a lot of repeats. This list is a little more vague, but has some merit.

 As always, answers in quotes.

1.What caused the universe to exist?

I don’t know.  Do you?  There are some theories, the most promising is quantum fluctuations.  We may never know and  ’cause’ is a meaningless question when there is no time.

2.What explains the fine tuning of the universe?

The anthropic principle.  I don’t want to explain it all here.  Why is a hole the perfect shape of the puddle that resides in it?

3.Why is the universe rational?

I don’t understand the questions.  I don’t think it is rational, I can’t begin to pretend to rationalize the universe, as a whole.  I have a finite mind.

4.How did DNA and amino acids arise?

This is an area of ongoing research.  Amino acids seem to arise as a natural property of the universe.  It was probably RNA first, then DNA, possibly much later on.   Given enough time and energy, the odds are, it will just happen.

5.Where did the genetic code come from?

See #4.

6.How do irreducibly complex enzyme chains evolve?

I don’t think there is such a thing.  Meaningless question.

7.How do we account for the origin of 116 distinct language families?

I am not a linguist.  How does different languages prove anything other than migration of early humans?  Isolation is a great explanation for the divergence of languages.

8.Why did cities suddenly appear all over the world between 3,000 and 1,000BC?

They did not appear all over the world at that time.  Some were as much as 6,000 year ago, in China, and as late as 700 years ago in the Americas.  How odd, the cities in China dates before the biblical beginning of the universe?

9.How is independent thought possible in a world ruled by chance and necessity?

Seriously malformed question.  I don’t there is something like truly independent thought, most of what we do is driven by chance and necessity.

10.How do we account for self-awareness?

It is either a side effect of really developed temporal lobes or has an evolutionary advantage to be self aware.  Natural selection would favor individuals that have that little bit more drive to survive than those who who not self aware.  That is my view, but I am not a biologist that specialises in neuroscience.  Are you?

11.How is free will possible in a material universe?

Free will is an illusion.  All of our actions are reactions to a previous cause or condition.

12.How do we account for conscience?

Another malformed question.  As sense of good and evil?  Empathy is a great account for it.  Other species have these traits as well.

13.On what basis can we make moral judgements?

Empathy and social norms.

14.Why does suffering matter?

Again, empathy.  I don’t want to suffer, I don’t want other members of my own species to suffer.

15.Why do human beings matter?

Humans matter because I am a human and I matter to myself and I care about other members of my own species.  We want to survive and make the world better for everyone.

16.Why care about justice?

Empathy, empathy, empathy.  To advance as a species, we need justice and there are very very strong natural selection pressures to have morality and justice.

17.How do we account for the almost universal belief in the supernatural?

Humans are pattern seekers and have over active agency detection.  We want to assign meaning and patterns, even if the patterns are random.  We don’t like unknowns.  Go read The God Delusion for a more complete answer.

18.How do we know the supernatural does not exist?

Because we are adults and don’t believe in magic.  Not a good answer?  How about a more reasoned one:  anything that violates the laws of the universe can not exist.  The supernatural, by definition, violates the laws of the universe and does not exist.

19.How can we know if there is conscious existence after death?

By some sort of two way communication between the living and dead.  Conscious existence depends on a living brain, and if the brain stops working, so does consciousness.  A broken watch tells no time.  A broken brain no longer thinks.

20.What accounts for the empty tomb, resurrection appearances and growth of the church?

People are gullible and want a happy lie and don’t want to cease existing.  Simple as that.  Jesus didn’t die for our sins.  I highly doubt he even existed and the gospels are just a bunch of fairy tales.


Even more questions

Just love these silly questions:  This time from Christian Answers.

As always, my:

Answers will be in block quotes.

“If all of life is meaningless, and ultimately absurd , why bother to march straight forward, why stand in the queue as though life as a whole makes sense?” —Francis Schaeffer, The God Who Is There  

What other choice do we have but to move forward and try to enjoy this one, precious life that we have.  I think non believers actually value life and humanity more, since we have to make sure this life counts.  I want to love and be loved and pass on my genes, I have to move forward.

If everyone completely passes out of existence when they die, what ultimate meaning has life? Even if a man’s life is important because of his influence on others or by his effect on the course of history, of what ultimate significance is that if there is no immortality and all other lives, events, and even history itself is ultimately meaningless?

This is really the same question, asked in a slightly different way.  Why do believers do this?  See my previous answer.  Yes, life is ultimately meaningless, who cares?  Something is precious because it does not last.

Suppose the universe had never existed. Apart form God, what ultimate difference would that make?

None at all.  Your point?

In a universe without God or immortality, how is mankind ultimately different from a swarm of mosquitoes or a barnyard of pigs?

We are different because we are human.  We are intelligent primates who can decide on morals, but other species have morals as well, like elephants, dolphins, and our fellow apes.  We make our own morals.  What is wrong with that?

What viable basis exists for justice or law if man is nothing but a sophisticated, programmed machine?

I am perfectly alright with accepting we are nothing more than highly evolved meat computers.  Does not bother me at all, in fact, I think the fact chemical processes can make laws and justice is just amazing.

Why does research, discovery, diplomacy, art, music, sacrifice, compassion, feelings of love, or affectionate and caring relationships mean anything if it all ultimately comes to naught anyway?

See the answers to the previous questions.  Same damn question asked over and over and over.

Without absolute morals, what ultimate difference is there between Saddam Hussein and Billy Graham?

There is none.  Both are apes, both followed relative morality.

If there is no immortality, why shouldn’t all things be permitted?(Dostoyevsky)

For some reason believers can not separate morality with objective morality.  We make morals.  Without humans, there are no human morals.  Objective morality is not a thing.

If morality is only a relative social construct, on what basis could or should anyone ever move to interfere with cultures that practice apartheid, female circumcision, cannibalism, or ethnic cleansing?

We interfere because most normal humans have empathy and want to reduce suffering.  I want to reduce suffering, don’t you?  Or are you like Mother Theresa and enjoy suffering?

If there is no God, on what basis is there any meaning or hope for fairness, comfort, or better times?

Empathy and humanism.  We succeed when we work together and realize we have to do it all ourselves.  The magic sky daddy is not real.

Without a personal Creator-God, how are you anything other than the coincidental, purposeless miscarriage of nature, spinning round and round on a lonely planet in the blackness of space for just a little while before you and all memory of your futile, pointless, meaningless life finally blinks out forever in the endless darkness?

That how the universe works.  Sorry if it makes you feel bad.  The truth is not always happy.  I would rather accept an unhappy truth than a comfortable lie, like you do.   Suck it up and be an adult and embrace the ultimate pointlessness of it all and just enjoy this one, amazing, remarkable, against all odds life together.

Glutton for punishment

I love crappy apologetics and ‘questions for Atheists’  Here are some new ones:

My Answers in block quotes.

1. If there is NO God, then there is no Measurement or Standard for morality?  Then What will define morality?

There is no objective morality.  Morality can be defined which action causes the least harm.  I do not understand why relative morality is a bad thing.

2. If there is NO God, then there is NO meaning or purpose to Life.  So without a God, does life have purpose or meaning?  Without God, does the Atheist have purpose?

Objective meaning?  No.  In 500 million years, all life on Earth will be gone, due to the increasing output of the sun, unless our descendants intervene.  You have to make up your own meaning.  Life just wants to continue, nothing more, nothing less.

3. Are you an advocate of New Atheism and Darwinism?  If so, then the most extreme and logical form of Darwinism is Eugenics.  Would you support this?  Why or Why Not?

Atheism and Darwinism are two separate ideas.  I have been an Atheist for a long time, over 25 years, so I don’t think I am new.  I lean more towards punctuated equilibrium and neo Darwinism.  We are not slaves to our genes, so I don’t know why Eugenics would be the logical conclusion.  This is a malformed question.

4. If we are ancesoters(sic)/descendants of Apes, then why are there no transitional fossils or species to support this theory?

We are apes, and there are many transitional fossils and intermediate species, along with genetic evidence that we have a common ancestor.

5. Do you believe in Human Nature?  It is Human Nature to believe in God, if so, why do you go against human nature and not believe in God?

No I do not.  We have very little built in instincts.  Sadly, we know this from ‘lost children’.  We are the product of our environment and culture.

6. Can ‘Something come from Nothing’?  Doesn’t that violate The First Law of Thermodynamics?

Yes, happens all the time at the quantum level, such as quantum fluctuations.  The First Law of Thermodynamics did not apply at the start of the universe, since the law did not exist yet.

7. It seems that a society of Atheist are immoral and self-destructing.  Why would anyone want a Godless Society, just look at our examples: North Korea, Maoist China, Stalin, & Pot Pol?

You can also look at Sweden, most of  Europe, and China, India, Japan, etc, all of whom do not believe in any god or your god and they are doing just fine.  Sweden is almost 70% Atheist, and they are doing just fine.

8. If you were to die, and you were before God.  And he was getting ready to pass judgement on you,  What would be your reaction or thoughts?  What plea would you give him so he does not judge you harshly?

I would be angry that it did not provide any proof and let me burn.  Petty, hidden, immoral god.  I would not plea with a bully.

9. What would convince you atheism is wrong?  And that Christianity is Right?

You should ask your god that.  I really have no idea.  Every religion in the world, with the same vision of god would be a good start, but that is not the case.  I think an omnipotent being is a self refuting concept.  You can’t have an infinite inside of a finite.

10. Why are you an Atheist?  Why do you NOT believe in God?  Why do you reject God?  (You can be as detailed as you want.)

I see no reason to believe.  There is no evidence, and believing in a fantasy is no way to live.  Even the very concept of an omnipotent god in a universe of 600,000,000,000 galaxies, with 100,000,000,000 stars, each, has no room for a god.  It is a silly concept and useless waste of time.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to everyone out there.  I celebrate a nice, secular Christmas every year.  Tree, lights, presents, music, you know, all the good things about celebrating Christmas.  I know the origin(s) of the tradition, and know that Christ is about 2% of what we think of in terms of the holiday.

Oldie but still relevant

Almost two years ago, Bill Nye ‘debated’ Ken Ham at the ‘Creation Museum’ in Kentucky.  After the debate, some creationists scrawled some crude questions onto some lined paper and asked what follows below.  Here are my answers:

1) “Bill Nye, are you influencing the minds of children in a positive way?”

I sure hope so.  He is a skilled engineer and a great entertainer.  I really wish they had Aron Ra to debate, but I know it would just be silly.

2) “Are you scared of a Divine Creator?”

No, not at all.  I am only afraid of real things.

3) “Is it completely illogical that the Earth was created mature? i.e. trees created with rings … Adam created as an adult ….”

Yeah, pretty much.  You could say the Earth was created 10 seconds before now.  I think it is stupid concept and why would a god who wants us to believe in him create a world that looks old?  To double dog dare us?  Don’t we just have to assume it is old and just move on from there?

4) “Does not the second law of thermodynamics disprove evolution?”

If this was a closed system, maybe, but in an open system, like the Earth/Sun combination, it really does not apply.  The universe as a whole will eventually succumb to entropy, and life will not be able to stop it.

5) “How do you explain a sunset if their [sic] is no God?”

The refractive index of our atmosphere.  Oh, you mean why is it ‘pretty’ looking?  It is entirely a subjective feeling.  If you were blind, would this be an amazing thing?

6) “If the Big Bang Theory is true and taught as science along with evolution, why do the laws of thermodynamics debunk said theories?”

They don’t.  In fact, the Big Bang is the beginning of the laws of thermodynamics, the eventual heat death of the universe is the end.

7) “What about noetics?”

I had to look this one up.  Noetics is, more or less, complete New Age nonsense about mind over matter gibberish.  I will use my hands to change the universe, not my ‘mind/soul/spiritual body’ and higher dimensions.

8) “Where do you derive objective meaning in life?”

You don’t.  Life has whatever meaning you want to apply to it.  There is no objective meaning.  Your genes only want you to reproduce or die.  Nothing else.

9) “If God did not create everything, how did the first single-celled organism originate? By chance?”

Sure, why not?  Given enough time, energy and an ocean full of precursors to self replicating life, it is almost certain to occur.  You can have life (something that can reproduce) without a cell as well.

10) “I believe in the Big Bang Theory … God said it and BANG it happened.”

Not a question.  Where did God come from?  Telling me he is timeless and immaterial is special pleading and makes no sense.

11) “Why do evolutionists/secularists/humanists/non-God believing people reject the idea of their [sic] being a Creator God but embrace the concept of intelligent design from aliens or other extra-terrestrial sources?”

This question is just a bunch of odd straw men, lashed together. Those 4 different people are not the same thing.  I can only answer for myself.  I am an ‘evolutionist’ I guess (accept the fact of evolution), secular, humanist, and I don’t believe in any gods.  I totally reject intelligent design from aliens and I don’t believe in extraterrestrial sources is the most likely origin of life on Earth.

12) “There is no in between … the only one found has been Lucy and there are only a few pieces of the hundreds necessary for an ‘official proof’.”

Don’t really get this one.  Human evolution is pretty well understood, with sometimes hundreds of individuals of each ancestor species of human already discovered, and we are discovering more every year.

13) “Does metamorphosis help support evolution?”

Hell yeah.  Look at a frog.  it starts as a fish like creature that changes into a frog, showing, plainly, how evolution works.  Or, look at an insect, that goes from larval to adult forms.  Again, as a juvenile, this is a simpler form that would transform into a more complex adult form.

14) “If Evolution is a theory (like creationism or the Bible) why then is Evolution taught as a fact.”

Creationism is not a theory.  It does not even rise to the level of hypothesis.  It fails every test.  Evolution by means of natural selection has been tested for over 150 years, and always passes.  It is the most tested theory in science.  We understand evolution better than about ANYTHING else in science.

15) “Because science is ‘theory’–not testable, observable, nor repeatable, why do you object to creationism or intelligent design being taught in school?”

You do not understand the word science.  Science is testable, observable, and repeatable.  Theory is a tool used by science.  An idea starts as a hypothesis, then if passes repeated experiments, it can become a theory.  Theories can be (and are) constantly tested.    Creationism and intelligent design can’t even reach the level of hypothesis.  Gibberish question.

16) “What mechanism has science discovered that evidences an increase of genetic information seen in any genetic mutation or evolutionary process?”

Yes, all the time, I am not a genetic biologist, but here is a cool video https://youtu.be/I14KTshLUkg

17) “What purpose do you think you are here for if you don’t believe in salvation?”

To help my fellow humans have less suffering and play video games, collect watches, be a good husband and father.

18) “Why have we found only 1 ‘Lucy,’ when we have found more than 1 of everything else?”

We have found several members of Australopithecus afarensis, and hundreds of other human ancestors among dozens of species.

19) “Can you believe in ‘the big bang’ without ‘faith’”?

I don’t have to believe it it, the cosmic background radiation was discovered many years ago, and the math behind it is well understood.

20) “How can you look at the world and not believe someone created/thought of it? It’s amazing!!!”

It is amazing, it is amazing I am alive right now.  The odds are staggering.  But, to believe in something infinitely more complex than this universe that can not be proven to exist in any way is a waste of time.

21) “Relating to the big bang theory … Where did the exploding star come from?”

Exploding star?  You mean quantum fluctuations?  It has been tested in the large hadron collider.  It appears to be a natural property of this universe.

22) “If we came from monkeys then why are there still monkeys?”

This is a really ignorant question.   If I came from my parents, why do I still have a mom and dad?  Same question, just shorter period of time.  Why are there any species and not just one?  Not how life works.

CARMing questions

Came across these ‘questions for Atheists’ so here are my answers.

How would you define atheism?

The lack of belief in a higher power, entity, or magical creatures that violates the physical laws of this universe.

Do you act according to what you believe (there is no God) in or what you don’t believe in (lack belief in God)?

This is an absurd question, but there is/are no god(s)  I act in accordance to the federal, state, and local government laws, made by man.  Morally I act in the way that my parents, upbringing, and experiences as an adult have shaped.

Do you think it is inconsistent for someone who “lacks belief” in God to work against God’s existence by attempting to show that God doesn’t exist?

No, I do not think this is inconsistent.  I want people to know the how the world really works.

How sure are you that your atheism properly represents reality?

Atheism is not a representation of reality.  It is lack of a belief in a god/higher power/magic dragons.  From what I can tell, a materialistic view of the world or universe is the most accurate by the fact it is a consistent, repeatable and independent of belief.

How sure are you that your atheism is correct?

I am as certain as is humanly possible that there are no god(s).

How would you define what truth is?

Truth is a construct of the human mind, a type of thought and is subjective.

Why do you believe your atheism is a justifiable position to hold?

Yes, since it comports with what we can observe in the real world.

Are you a materialist or a physicalist or what?

I am a materialist.

Do you affirm or deny that atheism is a worldview? Why or why not?

It is not a worldview, it is the default position anyone should take in regards to a god.

Not all atheists are antagonistic to Christianity but for those of you who are, why the antagonism?

I am antagonistic because the damage Christianity and just about any supernatural belief does to the advancement of humanity.

If you were at one time a believer in the Christian God, what caused you to deny His existence?

Poorly worded question.  I am nominally a Christian.  Finding out there was no Santa Claus and dinosaurs are not in the Bible are the initial reason I started to question.

Do you believe the world would be better off without religion?


Do you believe the world would be better off without Christianity?


Do you believe that faith in a God or gods is a mental disorder?

No, but it is a delusion.

Must God be known through the scientific method?

Yes, of course, any real thing can be subject to the scientific method.

If you answered yes to the previous question, then how do you avoid acategory mistake by requiring material evidence for an immaterial God?

The burden of proof falls on you, not me. What category does your god fall into?  Immaterial?  Then you can’t test for something that is imaginary.

Do we have any purpose as human beings?

No, not in the grand scheme of things.  We make our own purpose.

If we do have purpose, can you as an atheist please explain how that purpose is determined?

We do not have purpose.

Where does morality come from?

From humans working together/the human brain and evolutionary pressures.

Are there moral absolutes?


If there are moral absolutes, could you list a few of them?


Do you believe there is such a thing as evil? If so, what is it?


If you believe that the God of the Old Testament is morally bad, by what standard do you judge that He is bad?

The morality of the Old Testament are just the written down morality of the people at the time are would be considered brutal by modern customs.

What would it take for you to believe in God?

The same evidence that everything else requires, we can measure it, repeatably.  Like everything else in the universe.

What would constitute sufficient evidence for God’s existence?

Same as above, same question, reworded.

Must this evidence be rationally based, archaeological, testable in a lab, etc., or what?

Any of those would be nice.  At this point there is no evidence.

Do you think that a society that is run by Christians or atheists would be safer? Why?

Atheists would run a safer world.  See Japan, France, The Netherlands, and their much lower crime rate .  They have a lot of non believers.  Atheists believe we should do good now, to help other members or our own species.   There is no do over or happy place after death, so working together to make the here and now better.

Do you believe in free will? (free will being the ability to make choices without coersion).

No.  We are limited by the chemical processes in our mind.  It is an illusion.

If you believe in free will, do you see any problem with defending the idea that the physical brain, which is limited and subject to the neuro-chemical laws of the brain, can still produce free will choices?

No, see above.

If you affirm evolution and that the universe will continue to expand forever, then do you think it is probable that given enough time, brains would evolve to the point of exceeding mere physical limitations and become free of the physical and temporal, and thereby become “deity” and not be restricted by space and time? If not, why not?

This question shows you do not understand physics.  The universe will eventually suffer heat death, and no matter how evolved we are, this will not allow us to avoid the extinction of this universe.

If you answered the previous question in the affirmative, then aren’t you saying that it is probable that some sort of God exists?

I answered no, so god(s) do not exist.


The Simpsons

On one episode of The Simpsons, Homer accidentally proved there there is no god.  Well, I was trying to get some sleep and realized that it was actually pretty easy to prove god(s) don’t actually exist.  (With the exception of animal and plant worship.)  I was thinking, why are gods so different from everything else in the universe?  With something like a baseball, a quark, or the moon, you can easily verify they actually exist.  With gods, that is not the case.  They are not physical.  What else is not physical and not a real thing?  Numbers.  That’s right, what most people think are a ‘real’ thing, numbers are nothing more than a concept.   A representation.  They are only concepts held in our minds, or the minds of other intelligent beings or computers.  The same is true of the ‘laws’ of the universe, equations, or even geometric proofs.  They are not real things, they are merely representations of physical objects, energy, or how they interact.  God is the same thing.  Numbers, laws of the universe, and god are all the same thing. They are all just representations and not a real thing in the physical realm.  So, if numbers are not physical, along with laws, morality, love, equations, geometric proofs and god(s); they are representations of how matter and energy interact.  A placeholder, and not real, physical objects.  So, for millennia the placeholder of god(s) worked well enough to describe the physical world.  Turns out numbers, equations, and complex computer models are a much more accurate way to represent the SAME PHYSICAL OBJECTS AND OBSERVED PHENOMENON.  Neither are real, and neither should be worshipped, since to worship a conceptual model is just plain silly.  E=mc² is a much better representation of how mass is related to energy and the speed of light compared to the ‘god decrees it’ principle. They are essentially the same thing, just a way to understand how things work…are neither are real, physical things.  One can be proven to be an accurate model, one can not.  I’ll pick the most accurate and testable model.  Sorry about proving god(s) do not exist.  Happens when insomnia hits.




I have noticed that because I am a 41 year old, middle class, heterosexual, married, father, white guy, I should be some sort of conservative that listens to Rush Limbaugh, loves Donald Trump, and goes to church every Sunday. Guess what? I am not. Fair warning, this a long and disjointed rant. If you are a religious conservative or Republican, it will piss you off.

Religiously I am an Atheist. I have not been in a church in at least 15 years. I have not believed in a god (or magic sky man, etc.) in over 25 years. In many cases, religion is worse than useless. When faith and belief in the supernatural goes toe to toe with science and empiricism, science wins…every time. It works. Abortion? That is a difficult to make choice for a woman. It is her choice. My only caveat is that the fetus should not be viable, unless it threatens the life of the mother. Rush Limbaugh? I would rather have bamboo shoots stuck under my fingernails. I listen to The Scathing Atheist and Cognitive Dissonance

The current Republican party is a bunch of losers. Donald Trump is a misogynist, racist xenophobe. I want universal health care for everyone. I know how much I pay into health insurance, who cares if taxes are higher? Doubt it would be any higher, percentage wise. Taxation? Even more progressive taxes with elimination of loopholes for the rich and reducing or eliminating taxes on the working poor is great. Yes, I care about those less fortunate than I and I know they are not the source of the problem and they deserve a living wage and health care. The rich should not get richer on the backs of the poor.

I believe I live in a great country, but I know it is lacking socially. I got to where I am using my brain and hardship and sweat. I paid for all of college education and used student loans and paid it back (at absurd interest rates). With illegal immigration, I think there should a clear path to making those willing to work hard, pay taxes, and not break other laws to gain legal status and eventual citizenship. I think making English the official language of the United States is a moot point. Any children born to immigrant parents are most likely going to learn English anyway to get ahead in life. If they want to retain part of their native culture, who cares?

Gay marriage? How about we just call it marriage and be done with it. The supreme court legalized it, so just deal with it. As long as it is two consenting adults, I really don’t give a rat’s ass and I had no idea why it was even an issue. I have been to a same sex civil union reception, and it was a blast. The two men truly love each other and I am very happy their union is now recognized as a marriage.

Culturally, I listen to pop music and enjoy the changes to music and television. (Thank goodness scripted television has made a comeback.) I use the Internet every day and believe it is an awesome tool for equality and the transmission of ideas. I am looking forward to see the changes in technology. When I was a kid, people still listened to records and 8-tracks (not like we had a choice), television had 7 channels, all telephones were corded, and computers were toys compared to what we have now. It is fascinating watching how all of these advances are integrated into society. I am not afraid of what is to come. I am an engineer, so I am a source of all this change. Learn it or get left behind. I am sure the youth of today will do just fine, as long as they learn to use the tools presented to them and realize us soon to be middle aged white guys design those tools and know more than you think.

So, yes, I am a generation X, college educated, white male, who is a liberal, hates racism, misogyny, xenophobes, and listens to music less than 1 year old who gets his news from the Internet, not Fox News. Sorry GOP. I hope I am not alone. I just want people treated fairly and make life better for all Americans. Is that too much to ask? So, don’t assume what I believe or listen to just by external appearances.


One of the oddest apologetics is a presuppositionalist.  You presuppose that a god exists, so your proof that god exists is that god exists.  Come again?  Or, the argument that because there is absolute truth, god exists.  How does that work?

Going over to http://www.proofthatgodexists.org/ all I come up with is I don’t care if absolute truth exists, ergo Disney.  Or, I just end up in an endless loop.  Not very convincing.  In fact, it is just silly.

What really bothers me about this site is every question only has 2 answers.  Guess what?  No every question has a binary answer.  How do I know this?  Simple question, what temperature is it outside?  You can answer this many ways, in degrees centigrade, fahrenheit, or relative, cold, very cold, frigid, tepid, warm, very warm, hot, etc.  You can’t answer the question: what temperature is it outside? using  a binary answer, like the absurd website above.  You will only be allowed hot or cold.  It is about the weakest apologetics I have encountered.  Using logic or words to conjure up a god is just so weak.

Randomly clicking, his proof god exists is scripture.  I have plowed 1/5th of the Bible so far, and I am not convinced.  I will read it all and let you know.  But, as I read more, I am 100% certain the god of the Bible does not exist.