The Self-Stultifying Notion of Materialistic Naturalism
He changes not in his attributes. Whatever the attributes of God were of old, that they are now; and of each of them we may sing “As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end, Amen.” … He is unchanged in his wisdom, he knows as much now as ever, neither more nor less; he has the same consummate skill, and the same infinite forecastings. He is unchanged, blessed be his name, in his justice. … Take any one attribute of God, and I will write semper idem on it (always the same). Take any one thing you can say of God now, and it may be said not only in the dark past, but in the bright future it shall always remain the same: “I am Jehovah, I change not” (Charles Spurgeon).
All physical facts (facts of physics) fix all other facts (Rosenberg: Atheist’s Guide to Reality).
Strict materialism is a physical-only ontology of perpetual variation. It asserts the belief that only the physical/material universe exists; there are no gods, angels or spirits. This model cannot account for or justify immaterial thoughts. The belief that only the physical world exists cannot even account for itself, since the statement itself is nonphysical. Not only is the statement insufficient, it is self-annulling. If it is true, it is false. Either way, it’s not true. If only things that are inconstant, material, and divisible exist, then all our nonphysical assertions regarding that subject do not exist for they are perpetually mutating. This is clearly absurd.See my nee E-book Reality and the Folly of Atheism for fully developed arguments extending this argument and methodology HERE