Early in 2015 I wrote a short story about the Moral Equivalency of Atheists and cannibalism as an homage to the Argumentum Reductio ad Absurdum which was frequently used by an Atheist philosopher who I much respect. I noticed that Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins were using a fallacious argument suggesting that Atheists can be moral because they can cherry pick their morals. The problem, however, is that Atheists can never generate a morality or a Law Code because they can’t agree upon anything but the fact that God doesn’t exist. So they have no Highest Form of their Good. If there was a Big Book of Atheist Morals then Atheism would be re-categorized as a “Religion”. Both of them were smart enough to know what they were doing. Furthermore, they were doing it consciously and intentionally.
Richard Dawkins destroyed his reputation when he exposed himself as being pro-pedophilia. He…
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