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Friday, December 28, 2012

God is a "Myth"

Atheists proudly proclaim that God is a "myth."  A myth by definition is:

a usually traditional story of ostensibly historical events that serves to unfold part of the world view of a people or explain a practice, belief, or natural phenomenon  


  • Every story has an original story teller or author. e.g. The Cat in the Hat - Author, Dr. Suess
  • If God is indeed a myth.  If all religions are recirculating a story, then who was the first to come up with this story?  
  • Who was the first to develop the concept of God?

In order for the idea that God is a myth to stand on its own, it needs evidence tracing this myth to an original author.  To date, not one atheist has provided any falsifiable evidence linking the God myth to an original author or thinker.  It is speculative reasoning by all accounts.    

So the question remains: Who developed the God concept that has fooled mankind for thousands of years?   
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