The pontificating God-rejecter
Someone who rejects God will say “I don’t need a god (or the God) to tell me what to do, what is right and wrong. I can know it myself.” But know that without God, ultimately, no one has the right to tell anyone else what is right and wrong. A government really has no right to tell its citizens what to do. That atheist doesn’t have any right to tell anyone what is right and wrong. The people that steal, murder and abuse, no one has any right to tell those people what is right from wrong. The government laws that are imposed on people and the police that they set on the streets, they don’t tell a person what is right and wrong. It only tells a person not to get caught or to make sure there is no evidence against him or her. It’s up to the individual to determine what they
will do within those boundaries.
So go ahead! The same godless right you have given yourself (no one else could give it to you) applies for every single personal conflicting code of right and wrong that exists. But when you see some thing “bad” or “evil” happen – be it a murder or a rape or a theft – then just be consistent and keep your mouth shut, as you don’t have a right to impose your view of right and wrong on someone else. I mean, who would you think you are to do that, to impose your view of right and wrong on someone else? God?
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