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Fun: Scooby Doo and the Silly Skeptics

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In “Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island,” the gang encounters real zombies and ghosts for the first time. But Fred explains away the evidence by appealing to increasingly absurd naturalistic explanations. In the end, even Fred recognizes that his explanations simply can’t account for the facts. Atheists often call themselves “skeptics.” But when we consider the methodology they apply when questioning God’s existence, we find that the atheist’s methodology rules out all evidence for God’s existence even before considering what the evidence is. In this video, David Wood uses some clips from “Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island” and some clips from his recent debate with Dr. Michael Shermer to show why it’s becoming impossible to take atheists seriously when they demand evidence for God’s existence.

See also: John Lennox vs. Peter Atkins: Can science explain everything?

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Where Did The Laws Of Nature Come From?: Astrophysicist Hugh Ross vs Chemist Peter Atkins (2018)

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Mathematician John Lennox Asks, Is Information Evidence Of Something Beyond Nature?

2 Replies to “Fun: Scooby Doo and the Silly Skeptics

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    Seversky says:

    I would say we have stronger evidence for the existence of Sccoby-Doo than we do for gods.

  2. 2
    ET says:

    I would say we have stronger evidence for the existence for bigfoot, ghosts and extraterrestrials, than we do for materialism and evolutionism.

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