I wrote a post awhile back letting all the heathen know they can be good.
Most of them seemed to take it as an insult.
I think it bothers pagans when Christians find places to agree with them.
That’s not mere speculation.
Behold, this revealing comment from one of my intellectual superiors:
…zzz…huh…wha…sorry! I nodded off reading that comment.
So, if you are a moral agent…
…am I a moral agent too?
I need to know.
Because you “have a problem with people like me who attempt to put my god in charge of your morality because I’m a selfish, stupid idiot.”
My question is, why do you have a problem with ME?
Go! Shape your own morality!
You decide ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ all by your personal, big-boy self.
Griping at me makes me suspect…you don’t believe what you’re saying.
You’re acting like there is a morality outside of your personal, big-boy self.
A morality that is supposed to affect me.
What moral law says I need stop saying things that annoy you?
Is it morally correct for me to acknowledge your personal moral agency?
Hmmmm. Do you even understand what I’m asking?
I bet you don’t.
Heathen aren’t thinkers.
Heathen say stuff like this:
Morality didn’t come from evolution. Morality evolved.
Nod your head, Heathen.
This is the logic that informs you there is no eternal moral law giver.
This is how you know there is no God!
Do you want to have a conversation about this?
You better not.
Instead, use your time in activities suited to your sophistication level.
Color this picture.