Umm, no. It’s not.
And how exactly does “non-existence” trigger a survival-reflex? Considering, we’d have to be dead to experience said non-existence.
Unless you’re something of a strange solipsist. In which case I give you my word that I exist, but my word isn’t worth very much, is it?
Umm, but, no. Things just don’t work out without a God. Especially if there’s nothing, y’know, more than this.
Neither the Almighty nor we are accidents.
If anything, I’m the last person anyone should want to convince “there is no God”. I tell you truly, the Divine is the only thing that keeps things like me from burning this world to the ground. :shrug:
One can’t manufacture Truth. Outside of “We built a tower, there is the tower, the tower exists, this is true” it just can’t be done. Truth is more than us! Truth made us, not we it!
Every single person in the world could believe that by tying a red towel about their necks and jumping from the barn, they could fly, but would they? No, they would fall. Truth isn’t dependent upon consensus.
Nope, I find it impossible. Things don’t work without God. Nonexistence is what you have without Him. Or would you have even that? Could nothingness exist without God?
From whence does our creativity flow? Where did we get our imaginations? Would be fabricate anything were we ourselves not first made? Just funny chemicals, electrical currents, and past experience working all together to come up with an idea?
Information doesn’t spontaneously occur!
But, were you to apply your hypothesis to something other than GOD, I think it sound. Save that, I think, people will, in time at least, choose Truth over the lie, or legend. No matter how inconvenient the truth, or pleasant the lie, I’d like to think we’d choose reality over a fantasy.
And the reason there are any Christians today is because they have abandoned the lies, the legends, and the fantasies, and have accepted the Truth. Look at them! There very actions set them apart! Or at least, they should…
What hubris! To think that the Almighty is a creation of man’s!!! Too long, methinks, have you sat before idols and craven images. Too long before stone and wood and metal things, too long before the works of man!