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Submission on Atheism

By Robert Singer
Atheist – One who disbelieves or denies the existence of God or gods. [1]

An a·the·ist is really One who doesn’t believe in, Yahweh, Allah or Jehovah (monotheism).

Atheists characterize themselves as non-believers in order to put the burden of proof on theists, the Believers. [2]

Non-Believers worship Darwin because they claim his theory proves that life began in a primordial soup because some birds (i.e. finches) have long curved beaks so they can get fat eating tiny bugs on the Galapagos Islands. ([Appendix A)

Believers are reluctant to bring up the smoking Darwin gun because it makes God look bad. Darwin came up with his “theory” because he could not reconcile the existence of death [including the cruel death of his ten-year-old daughter Annie] and disease with the character of a loving God.

Believers (theists) should be arguing the existence of God with Intelligent Design (ID). ID is based on the perceived evidence of order, purpose, and design in nature.

Teleology: study of causes says the existence of God is intuitive and makes a prima facie case for an intelligent designer. Though modern science rejects creationism, which holds that the human race can be traced to a talking snake and a spare human rib, Kent Hovind stresses it requires even more faith to believe in evolution. [Plato and Aristotle]

There are two reasons Believers (monotheists) don’t like Intelligent Design:

When the theory of Intelligent Design is expounded no one can figure out WTF they are talking about:
“More than once, Bradley Monton seems to say that the lack of a compelling argument against a given premise is equivalent to evidence in its favor, or at least that the argument is “plausible.” Thus, later in the book, he discusses the hypothesis that we are actually living in a computer simulation or that we are disembodied brains in a vat. I think he must have read Donovan’s Brain once too often. At any rate, he claims to see some evidence in favor of an intelligent designer and further that the designer is God; though he remains an atheist, he is now less certain of his atheism than he had been. Monton thinks there is, in fact, no explanation for, say, the existence of the universe.

But if you insist that there must be an explanation, then he asserts that intelligent design is the best explanation we have. Thus, he devotes an entire book to defending a bad argument because there is none better.

The third chapter details four arguments in favor of his generalized version of ID creationism, which he considers “somewhat—but only somewhat—plausible”: the fine-tuning argument, the kalam cosmological argument, the argument from the variety of life, and the simulation argument. The fine-tuning argument [of the universe – Ed] is well-known, and I will not discuss it, but I thought that Monton should have discussed counter-arguments such as his colleague Victor Stenger’s Monte Carlo calculation, wherein Stenger changes more than one fundamental constant at a time. [the Monte Carlo simulations are employed to evaluate all possible outcomes – Ed] I will also not discuss the kalam cosmological argument [everything that began to exist had a cause…Ed}, which seems to me not substantively different from Thomas Aquinas’s argument from first cause.” (Bradley Monton is too incoherent to justify either belief or denial.)

The other reason Believers don’t like the ID argument is because it implies an absentee God who took a vacation after he created the world … and suffering.

God invented suffering, sent his son here to suffer and makes us suffer to the end to find out if there was a divine purpose, or HE just enjoyed watching us suffer.

Satan is also a “God”

Atheists are rarely confronted with the “other” god question. Ask them if they believe god’s supernatural competitor is responsible for the bad things that happen in the world, and  you will probably get their stock answer: “Mankind is responsible (for the “suffering”) it’s in his nature.”

Atheists got away with the “human nature” answer until Ian Gurney discovered The Mosque of Omar, The Dome of the Rock, built in 688 A.D [the oldest Mosque in Jerusalem opposite the Church of the Nativity – Ed] … was the abomination that maketh desolate (the abomination of desolation). [3]

Once the abomination of desolation is identified then using simple arithmetic the following Bible verses tell a story, 1000s of years before 1948:

And arms shall stand on his part, and they shall pollute the sanctuary of strength, and shall take away the daily sacrifice, and they shall place the abomination that maketh desolate Dan 11:31

Revelation 11, verse 2&3

But the court which is without the Temple leave out and measure it not; for it is given unto the Gentiles: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months (Using the reckonings from the Julian calendar and the extra day for leap year, the period of forty-two months is 1279 days).  And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy 1260 days clothed in sackcloth. [Biblical scholars acknowledge the words of Ezekiel who wrote 30 years before Daniel, “I have appointed thee each day for a year”]

The three verses tells the story that the area outside the temple as well as the holy city of Jerusalem will be in the hands of the Gentiles (non Jews) for 1279 years and that the two witnesses of God, the Houses of Judah and Israel, will prophesy or preach for a similar 1260 years  “clothed in sackcloth”.

Put another way these two verses are saying that the Jewish people will lose their place of worship including the city of Jerusalem; it will be given over to non Jewish people until the first few hours of the six-day war in 1967 (688 A.D. + 1279) when for the first time since the capture of Jerusalem and destruction of the temple by Titus in 70 A.D. the Jewish people not only had their own state May 14th 1948 (688 A.D. + 1260) they once again controlled “the most holy place” in Jerusalem.

 Theists (Believers) don’t like this story because it means that their loving God was the sadistic hidden hand behind two World Wars, the Holocaust and the deaths of 70 million people so that a Jewish state could be established in 1948 (1260 + 688 A.D.). Why 1948, why couldn’t they get there in 1946 or 1950?

Atheists don’t like this story because they know there is absolutely no possibility that two World Wars, the Holocaust and the deaths of 70 million people were just a bunch of chance occurrences that resulted in the establishment of the Jewish state in 1948. [Appendix C]


Ian Gurney correctly realized the story was impossible without providence or miracles, but he incorrectly concludes “Ancient prophecy and world events appear to be running in parallel, and mankind’s destiny seems to have already been foretold.”
Put another way, Gurney believes:

1. God, in his omniscience, told the sixth century B.C. prophet Daniel and the father of modern political Zionism, Theodor Herzl, these events would occur by providence or miracle. <4>

2. God was the hidden hand behind the Scofield Bible, WW I, WW II, the Holocaust and the deaths of 70 million people because Jehovah wanted to see his chosen people arrive in Haifa not in 1946, or 1950 but in 1948. <5>

Mr. Gurney did not consider my conclusion that:
1. Satan told Daniel what to write and at the first Zionist conference in 1897, Baron Rothschild told Theodore Herzl that UN Resolution (GA 181) creating the Modern State of Israel would be adopted within 50 years. <4>
2. Satan and the House of Rothschild (TPTB) were the not-so-hidden hand behind the Scofield Bible, WW I, WW II, the Holocaust and the deaths of 70 million people because there was a satanic purpose for the creation of the Jewish state not in 1946, or 1950 but in 1948!
Robert Singer writes about Secrets, Sentient Creatures and The Federal Reserve at The Peoples Voice and The Market Oracle (rds2301@gmail.com)


[1] The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
ThesaurusLegend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms

[2] Click here to read about the controversy over the definition of atheism.

[3] Ian Gurney’s The Cassandra Prophecy, which contained the exegesis that proved the abomination of desolation is the Dome of the Rock, is considered by some to be a work of unparalleled eschatological research and the seminal essay on the future according to ancient prophecy found in the book of Daniel and Revelation (A summary of Gurney’s work can be found in my article, Is Jesus Christ Coming Back to Earth in XXXXIII (2023)?) Ian Gurney has studied theology and eschatology for the last thirty years and is considered to be one of the foremost authorities on the Biblical Books of Daniel and Revelation, together with the prophecies of Nostradamus and the Papal predictions of Malachy. The Cassandra Prophesy is the result of twelve years of research: “The Cassandra Prophecy” considered by some to be a work of unparalleled eschatological research and the seminal essay on the future according to ancient prophecy.

[4] Part 1: The Modern State of Israel: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened
Part 2: World War I, II: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened
Part 3: Adolph Hitler: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened
Part 4: How did Hitler lose the war: Providence, Miracle, or What Really Happened
Part 5: The War to End All Wars: Providence, Pointless Tragedy or What Really Happened
Part 6: Adolph Hitler: War Hero, Street Cleaner, Prostitute or Secret Agent: A Psychohistory Analysis

[5] On December 31, 2010 Jeff Rense (www.rense.com) renamed The Nazi & Jewish Affair to Remember, to 70 Million Died So The Jews Could Have Palestine. The Nazi & Jewish Affair is an informed-opinion essay that puts forth the premise that WW I, WW II and the Holocaust can be understood if you realize that 70 million people died in order for the Jews to settle in Palestine in 1948. 70 Million Died remained on the front page of the popular Rense website, in a section titled Facts Are Facts for almost two months. Rense.com has an Alexa Traffic Rank: 5,682 with 5,675 sites Linking In.

Appendix A
Believe it or not, the best essay about the debate over Evolution was written by Jim Pappas and published in the Indianapolis Christian Issues Examiner on September 11, 2009.

Of course, Jim is a Creationist who wants to show “how to mine the riches of God’s Word and ferret out the truth of history and science in the Bible”, but we won’t hold that against him.

My attempt at making fun of Darwin isn’t too bad either. Click here to read Charles Darwin On The Ouija Channel

(Beginning of “Emperor of evolution has no clothes”, by Jim Pappas)
“…we are forced by our a priori adherence to material causes to create an apparatus of investigation and a set of concepts that produce material explanations, no matter how counter-intuitive, no matter how mystifying to the uninitiated.”  Dr. Richard Lewontin – 1997 . You can see by many of the comments to this series on Dr. Lewontin’s quote that evolution’s adherents claim science is counter-intuitive, and often against common sense.

There is a plainly stated reason for this, “we are forced by our a priori adherence to material causes”. Evolutionists are “forced” by their “a priori adherence to material causes” to believe evolution is the only possible answer.


Because their pre-existing belief that there is no God, and there is nothing beyond the observed natural realm.

Evolutionists purposely limit their views to fit their presupposition, and anything that disagrees with them they decry is “unscientific” or “religious”.

The truth does not matter to the evolutionist; the only thing that matters is their absolute faith in material causes. It does not matter to them that their explanations are counter-intuitive.

They just claim “science” is counter-intuitive.

But is science really counter-intuitive?
When the apple fell on Newton, was it counter-intuitive to think there is some force causing the apple to fall down, instead of falling up? Is it counter-intuitive to observe that mammals drown if they breathe under water because they need oxygen in the form of gas?

Is it counter-intuitive to understand that the heart is what pumps the blood through the body and not the liver? Science is NOT counterintuitive.

So what else are evolutionists left with?

Creating “an apparatus of investigation and a set of concepts that produce material explanations…no matter how mystifying to the uninitiated.”

In the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary (online), “mystify” means “to intentionally perplex the mind of”, “impose upon the credulity of” and “make obscure or difficult to understand”, or “to embellish (as fact) or fancifully”.

Why in the world would evolutionists want their concepts to “intentionally perplex the mind of” people, or make them “obscure or difficult to understand”?

It is so they will seem so intelligent and beyond question that people will follow lock step into their belief system because of their perceived brilliance without noticing that the Emperor of Evolution has no clothes.

Just who are these “uninitiated”?

The “uninitiated” are all people, and particularly all people who do not readily buy into the hoax of evolution. The “uninitiated” are anybody without advanced degrees who dare to question the so-called science used by evolutionists. What about the people with advanced degrees who disagree with evolution? Just ask an evolutionist, who will describe the highly qualified and educated scientists who disagree with them as “stupid”, “insane”, “out of their minds”, and “not really scientists”.

When you think about it, evolution is more of a fanatical religion whose adherents absolutely despise anyone who would defile their system of beliefs, than honest science. Do not dare expose their way of thinking, or their faith; unless their wrath means little to you. (End of “Emperor of evolution has no clothes”, by Jim Pappas)

 Appendix B
From the The Key to the Secret of the Universe
Step 1: Pick any historical writing (fiction or non fiction), for example a book, documentary or bible.
Step 2: Pick any three historical events from the writings in Step1, that you claim are prophetic. You are free to make any case, no matter how weak, that the description of the events you chose were prophetic and took place in the future.

Step 3: Pick any three integers from the writings in Step1 that you can make a prima facie case, no matter how weak, represent an elapsed time interval from a third historical event. That is the writings are prophetic in that they claim the three historical events you selected in Step 1 will take place when the time period of the three intervals has elapsed.

Step 4: Perform the arithmetic calculation to ensure the all three events when the intervals are subtracted result in the same date, you identified in Step 2.

I realize this is a little confusing so I will give you an example from, according to according to me, the greatest book of disinformation ever written, the Bible: (satan is the author)

Step 1: The Bible

Step 2:
Historical Event 1 – the end of Diaspora, the people of Israel would have their own state took place in 1948.
Historical Event 2 – the control of the holies of holies, the people of Israel now had control of the Temple Mount took place in 1967
Historical Event 3 – Israel is at peace with its Arab neighbor took place in 1978

Step 3:
An elapsed time from the “abomination of desolation” to the end of diaspora = 1260
An elapsed time from the “abomination of desolation” to a time when the jews will again  control the holiest of holies = 1279
An elapsed time from the “abomination of desolation” to a time when Israel was at peace with its Arab neighbor = 1290

Step 4: Perform the arithmetic calculation to ensure the all three events when the intervals are subtracted result in the same date, you identified in Step 2.
1948 – 1260 = 688 AD
1967 – 1279 = 688 AD
1978 – 1290 = 688 AD

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