“Nothing Created Everything: The Scientific Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution” by best-selling author Ray Comfort has hit the No. 1 position among top items at the WND Superstore.
Comfort’s newest work offers readers a fascinating and thought-provoking glimpse into his ongoing dialogue with professed atheists.
And he has dedicated the project to contemporary atheist evolutionist Richard Dawkins, who introduced the oxymoronic concept “Nothing Created Everything”: “To Richard Dawkins, in the sincere hope that he looks beyond the hypocrisy of organized religion, before he goes to meet his maker.”
Dawkins wrote in his 2004 book “The Ancestor’s Tale”: “The fact that life evolved out of nearly nothing, some 10 billion years after the universe evolved literally out of nothing, is a fact so staggering that I would be mad to attempt words to do it justice.”
But Comfort asks just exactly how did everything come to exist when there was nothing before.
“Anyone who tries to actually justify that nothing created everything has to be insane,” writes Comfort. “This is a scientific impossibility.”
He continues, “There’s no way to say it kindly, but such thoughts show that the atheist doesn’t think, and proves the Bible right when it says that the fool has said in his heart that there is no God.”
Actor Kirk Cameron talks about the argument:
In second place is the brand new bumper sticker with the charge “You Lie.”
U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson of South Carolina fired off the accusation during President Obama’s recent address to a joint session of Congress in which Obama was lobbying for his planned federal health care takeover.
Wilson’s outburst came after Obama said his health care plan would not provide care to illegal aliens. While the bill does have a provision excluding illegals, at the time it also carried a rule that prevented doctors from verifying the eligibility status of patients.
Wilson later apologized to the president, but overlooked in the reaction to Wilson’s statement was the fact that only minutes earlier, Obama had called his critics liars. He was discussing criticisms of the health care plan’s provisions for various boards that would make decisions on the provision of health care, dubbed “death panels” by critics.
“It is a lie, plain and simple,” Obama said.
Wilson later rejected Democratic calls for multiple apologies.
“I am not going to apologize again,” Wilson told “Fox News Sunday.” “I believe the American people know I’m a civil person. I respect the institution of the House. I have apologized to the president. I believe that should be enough.”
In third place this week is the pamphlet version of “The Constitution of the United States.”
It’s a document many readers might recall from their school years that appears to be endangered in today’s government.
This production, from the National Center for Constitutional Studies, is a special edition that has been proofed word for word against the original document housed in the Archives in Washington, D.C.
It is identical in spelling, capitalization and punctuation, and the 48-page work also includes the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27, the Declaration of Independence and a complete index of the Constitution.
On the front cover of this pocket Constitution there is a four-color picture of George Washington holding a quill in his hand, inviting each of us to pledge our support for and commitment to the Constitution of the United States by maintaining and promoting its standard of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.
- “Nothing Created Everything: The Scientific Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution – (Autographed) (Hardcover)”
By Ray Comfort
- “YOU LIE!” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “The Constitution of the United States (Pamphlet)”
- “The Islamic Antichrist: The Shocking Truth about the Real Nature of the Beast” – (Autographed) (Hardcover)
By Joel Richardson
- “UNDOCUMENTED WORKER” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “RECYCLE CONGRESS” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “How’s Your HOPE and CHANGE Working Out So Far?” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “Don’t Tread on Me” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
- “Origin of Species”
- “Where’s The Birth Certificate” Magnetic Bumper Sticker
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