They Can Do No Wrong

Some more wisdom from a fundamentalist atheist:

Now I have a marvelous response to Gutting’s piece, but the margins of this post are too narrow to contain them.  It does involve the fact that though religion can motivate good behaviors (and we should not deny that), it also motivates bad ones.  Secular humanism, on the other hand, can promote the good but not the bad.

The fundie atheists have found Pure Good.  They found it by looking in the mirror.  What a joke.

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2 Responses to They Can Do No Wrong

  1. ChazIng says:

    Secular humanism, on the other hand, can promote the good but not the bad = cognitive dissonance

  2. heddle says:

    Now that’s a convenient argument. Why didn’t we think of that? Simply declare bad behavior to be a physical and logical impossibility in one’s system. Clever!

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