I’ve been in an online debate (a very short one) with a guy who advocates the theory of evolution. This is what the argument degenerated to. I didn’t bring up the issue of ethics, but he has proven existentially that there is no logical reason to be ethical in an atheistic worldview. I took the initiative to edit some of his language — be warned.
Evolution has nothing to do with order coming from disorder. You’re thinking of abiogenesis. Evolution does not provide for an explanation of creation. It provides an explanation of what scientists have observed: speciation, extinction, adaptation, variation, etc. For what processes are scientists not able to account? If you are going to say the origin of life, don’t even bother. Don’t even start with me about that “sin” bullsh*t. An omniscient deity automatically eliminates the possibility of free will. Since you believe in an omniscient deity, you must also believe that it knew every step your life would take before you were even created. Due to that foreknowledge, it is necessary that your life take those steps – else, your deity is not omniscient. There’s no faulty thinking in valid, sound logic. Your faulty thinking arises from assuming the conclusion in the premise of your argument. You can’t just say “it’s the only one that makes sense”. First of all, it doesn’t make sense. Secondly, several others do make sense. You can’t claim that anything for which you argue uses valid logic. Don’t message me again with your illogical bullsh*t, or I’ll use that email address you gave me to sign up for bestiality, scat, bondage, and rape porn sites, hundreds of mailing lists, and online credit card scams.