Very important questions to all Atheists!


he Bible says:

And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.                                                                                                                                                                     Gen. 2:7


God made the first man out of the dust of the ground. Meaning, man’s body was made of many minerals, elements and substances. But man’s body was dead, not able to move, act, speak or think until God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life. Man became a living being only after he received life from the source of life, God, the Creator. If those components did not receive the breath of life, they would have remained dead until today, it would have remained as dust, elements and substances.

Dear Atheist you said: All life on earth evolved from one single cell. So, my question was: Where did the first cell come from? Was this cell alive? If yes, how did life come into this cell?  From what source? Your answer to my question was: All you need is to understand what makes up life, and then you wouldn’t have to ask this childlike and religiously fanatical question. All you need is water, carbon, nitrogen, electricity (lightning, etc), and sunlight (energy), and you have all the necessary components to create life. No god is needed. Base elements, sunlight, and lightning strike… have the potential to create life.  …nature has everything it needs to create everything… naturally and without any of god help. Again, the question has no

"Conscience keeps more people awake than ...

"Conscience keeps more people awake than coffee." ~Author Unknown (Photo credit: Foto_di_Signorina)

answer, because it isn’t a valid question. When the question is nonsense, how does one answer it? By saying it is nonsense and moving on. That is how.

I read and reread this passage of your letter several times. I almost memorized each sentence by heart. After thinking, praying and crying out to the Almighty some thoughts and questions arose in my mind and I would like to discuss them with you and with the whole world. First, I would like to talk about living people like you and me. Every living person on this earth consists of visible and invisible components. Visible components being our bodies – water, carbon, nitrogen, minerals and so forth. Every single person possesses life, the breath of life within his or her body. It goes without saying that without life the body on its own would be dead.

Our bodies, our cells were created from the components mentioned above, and before they were created they were obviously dead. My question is: how did the life come into our body?  From water, from carbon, from lightning strike or from other mineral substances? Are those components  alive? Did each of them separately contain life itself? If the answer is yes, another question arises.  Did those components arrange a conference and unanimously decide to pass life to those dead bodies, human sells? But if the answer is no, where did life come from into those dead cells? From what source did the dead bodies, dead cells obtain life and how does life go on from generation to generation until now?  Would you please answer this valid question of life for yourself and for the entire world.

We all know and we all agree at this point that every single living person possesses invisible positive and negative characteristics. Mankind possess the following positive invisible components: conscience, awareness, wisdom, memory, knowledge, ideas, creativity, and the ability to distinguish what is right and what is wrong, what is good and what is evil and what is righteous and unrighteous. Other positive invisible components include: joy, love, sense of humor, desire for activity, desire for life, desire to leave offspring, inheritance, belief, optimism and forgiveness. Human beings also possess negative characteristics such as: disbelief, wrath, hate, jealousy, malice, revenge, vengeance, unforgiveness, unrighteousness, spiritual pain, sense of guilt, shame, fear, sadness, pessimism, doubt and uncertainly. As you can see I have described real human life. We can see and experience all these things on a daily basis. There is no religion.

Now my question is: did all those necessary components used to create people’s life (water, carbon, nitrogen, electricity, sunlight and so forth, each separately possess positive and negative characteristics, the kind that mankind, real people like you and I possess? If the answer is yes, another question arises: did those components decide unanimously to pass these positive and negative characteristics to people from generation to generation? But, if those components: water, carbon, nitrogen etc. weren’t alive, and did not have a life in them, and did  not possess positive and negative characteristics in them, then from where did life come from? And from what source were the positive and negative components obtained? Would you please think over this question and give your answer at first to yourself and to the entire world.

These questions are not childlike and religiously fanatical, these questions are very valid. This is our life; we all have to know answers to these questions. We all have to know what lives, what exists in our own body and where it comes from. Yes, it is true that our body is made of dust, but what about the breath of life and the positive and negative components, where did they appear? We all know and we all agree at this point that our bodies are dead without the spirit, without the breath of life. When the breath of life leaves us then all our positive and negative characteristics immediately stop working, even our physical organs, brain, liver, heart, kidney  and so forth stop to function right away and our bodies become dust, water, carbon, nitrogen again. So, where did the breath of life come from into our bodies? From sunlight, from lightning strike or somewhere else?

I would like to underline one very strong component which lives in our bodies and constantly works day and night without a vacation, this is our conscience. The conscience is like an invisible power that speaks to us. It is like an invisible judge that lives within our bodies and judges us sometimes very severely. When we have done something wrong intentionally or unintentionally, even though no one , family or friends knows or suspects, our conscience awakes us at night and points out our mistakes  and we experience a feeling of shame, guilt and a spiritual pain like fiery beams circulating though our mind and body. We cannot sleep soundly, we toss and turn all night without stopping. But when we acknowledge our wrongdoing and correct it, our invisible judge is very satisfied and immediately it stops talking to us. And then, of course, we experience a feeling of peace and joy and we can sleep soundly all night. Conscience speaks to all human beings believers and unbelievers, Atheists, Humanists and Agnostics because this is one of the invisible components installed in people’s body. We, as human beings, all experience it, each of us more than once. Nobody can deny that the conscience exists because this is part of our spiritual life. And this is reality, this is truth, this is our life. Now my question is: from what source did our conscience come from? And for what reason, what purpose does it judge us?

Dear Atheist, if you assert with such a great power that life consists only of water, carbon, nitrogen, electricity (lightning, etc) and sunlight (energy), and you have all the necessary components to create life, then which of these components possesses conscience? We all know and we all agree at this point that in order to convey something from generation to generation you have to possess it. If you do not possess it, you cannot give it, you cannot pass it on. Would you please think over this question and give the correct answer to yourself and to the entire world.

I mentioned above two kinds of characteristics: positive and negative. These two kinds of characteristics must come from two different sources, because from one source we cannot have sweet and bitter, hot and cold, love and hate, belief and disbelief, righteous and unrighteous. Do you know who represents the positive source and who represents the negative source?

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