http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCofmZlC72g A theory acclaimed to be the best new and upcoming argument against the existence of God: IMO, the author is a man using desperate measures to argue against and to try to avoid responsibility, therefore I would suggest it reflects on his hopes of avoiding judgment. (Yet: Rom 1:20) Denying “free will” exists is becoming all the rage as the best weapon to prove God does not exist. To no surprise a belief in “cause and effect” is a hill that they are willing to die on. The proclaimed Atheist must either think himself intellectually justified in avoiding “moral responsibility” or face it and if he is to face it then who is he held accountable to? Himself? God? To the Atheist, if he admits to the highest authority being himself he has become a god in which the very notion of such, any being to be the supreme judge of moral principles deplorable, he finds this idea repulsive. The Atheist has thus found himself stuck between a rock and a hard place concerning moral authority; he has to either deny responsibility exist by denying free will or admit morality exists and it is beyond his ability to achieve moral perfection in his own judgment between good and evil. He would then have to face his sense of sin and folly while trying to be god…DUH (Gen 3:22). It must be a comfort to the Atheist to know that more and more Christians today are claiming to be in agreement with them, an ally, on this principle and are abandoning the only logical explanation that would assign responsibility for one’s own action…”free will”. I must say that I find the motive to generate an “excuse” much more reasonable for the proclaimed Atheist than the proclaimed Theist being the Theist shouldn’t need an “excuse” if he truly believes in the loving “grace” of God and is “willing” to “freely” accept that gift.