The Assumptions of Atheism
The atheism faith is based upon two assumptions that cannot be proven. And yes, it is a faith because it is an ideal that exists in the human mind and is supported by other human beliefs. The ideal that it is a non-belief is nothing but atheistic sophistry. Calling atheism a non-belief is like calling it a non-idea. It’s just more nonsense.
Let’s look at their assumptions. The first one being that there is no God. No one can prove that there is no God, for in order to do so they would have to be everywhere in the universe at the same time and also outside of the universe at the same time for in the very place that they were not, might be the very place that the uncreated one is present. They would also have to know everything in the universe for if there was one thing that they didn’t know it might be that there’s a God. In essence, they would have to be God in order to say with certitude that there isn’t a God. The atheist always has to leave a small possibility that their might be a god, which possibly in itself negates the very idea of atheism. However, out of their fear of the camel getting his nose into the tent many pretend to deny the possibility altogether.
The second assumption, which I have found in most atheists, is the belief that they are smarter than those who believe in a God. I have found this trait even in those who seem to be friendly towards religion. Of course, this is an assumption that has no scientific basis. In fact, a recent polling of scientist’s indicate that the split is about 50-50, as to whether or not they believe in some kind of higher power. There is also evidence that at higher levels of IQ there is about equal numbers of people who believe in a Higher power. Some believe that the American philosopher and psychiatrist William James was the most intelligent man in recent times, and of course he was a believer. He had an estimated IQ of twice that of Einstein. Christopher Michael Langan is considered by many to be the most intelligent human being alive today, he has a confirmable IQ of somewhere between 195 and 210. Christopher Michael Langan does believe in a God. Of course, this neither proves nor disproves the existence of a God, but it does prove that the atheists second assumption, that they are smarter than believers, is completely and utterly wrong.
“The stats say that the split is about 50-50 of those who believe in God and those who do not. A survey taken by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in May and June of this year and reported by David Masci in the Los Angeles Times, found that 51% do believe in God and 41% do not. These numbers haven’t changed much over the last 100 years either, despite the numerous discoveries in evolution and biochemistry over the years.” Suzanne Kennedy; bitesizebio.com 12/21/09
 Depending on the source or reference either in news articles, blogs, interviews, Scientific Journals or magazines over the years, Christopher Michael Langan is quoted as having a confirmable IQ of anywhere between 195-205. He has developed a “theory of the relationship between mind and reality” which he calls the “Cognitive-Theoretic Model of the Universe” (CTMU)