Comment: The Dr. Bahnsen and Dr. Stein great debate

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The Dr. Bahnsen and Dr. Stein great debate

"When we go to look at the different world views that atheists and theists have, I suggest we can prove the existence of God from the impossibility of the contrary. The transcendental proof for God's existence is that without Him it is impossible to prove anything. The atheist world view is irrational and cannot consistently provide the preconditions of intelligible experience, science, logic, or morality. The atheist world view cannot allow for laws of logic, the uniformity of nature, the ability for the mind to understand the world, and moral absolutes." - Dr. Bahnsen

...and his opponent opens with...

I will grant Dr. Bahnsen his expertise on A Conditional Resolution of the Apparent Paradox of Self-Deception, which was his dissertation. I don't know how much more relevant that is to our discussion tonight than mine is, probably not any more. But I would also like to thank Dr. Bahnsen for showing us that he really doesn't understand too much about atheism. I will try to straighten him out." - Dr. Stein

With these two statements it begins what has been declare a "great debate"!. So, if you have not heard of it then I would say check it out. These two are much more cordial and kind than the "author" of this posted article.

In his closing remark of the great Bahnsen & Stein debate Dr. Bahnsen stated that there could be no rational scientist in an atheist world.

You should check out the entire debate. Here I have Dr. Bahnsen's closing statement.

Here is the debate in text.


Have a blessed day.

The night is far spent, the day is at hand.
And those who have not heard shall understand.