So Nimm Denn Meine Hande...

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Oh really? More thoughts from a psycho...

Well, I've gotten guff from people who don't like my comments on atheistic evolution. I say that atheistic evolutionists are trying to have their cake and eat it too:

They dismiss the existence of God's person and word, but still attempt to hang on to his moral standards and orderly universe...all the while not really explaining how they attempt to do this moral slight of hand. Law without a lawgiver. Universal Morals without a Universal Moralist.

They don't want God to tell them how they came to be but they still want him to tell them how to live.

But then, tragedies happen and I read something like this:

"'In the rambling text posted on the site, Auvinen said that he is 'a cynical existentialist, anti-human humanist, anti-social social-Darwinist, realistic idealist and god-like atheist'.

"' am prepared to fight and die for my cause,' he wrote. 'I, as a natural selector, will eliminate all who I see unfit, disgraces of human race and failures of natural selection.'"

Oh really now? Mr Pekka Eric Auvinen openly declares that a key factor in his decision to go on a killing spree was that he saw himself as "a natural selector, (who) will eliminate all who I see unfit..."

Call me crazy, but that kinda sounds like some sort of atheistic evolutionary thought.

What's more, in the atheistic evolutionary worldview, who's to say he's wrong?

And on what basis?

1. On the basis that he has done something that has harmed individuals?

Well, he's dead and so are they. What does he care?

2. On the basis that he's brought greater displeasure to his community than would have occured if he had not done it?

Again, he's dead. Most likely, he doesn't care about other people's pain.

3. On the basis that he was selfish and not working to further the community?

Why is being selfish wrong? He brought himself pleasure by killing. Now he's dead and he died doing what brought him pleasure, so he must have died happy. More over, it happened quickly (though I think he was in a coma for a while). Doesn't every 85 year old want to die happy, quickly and painlessly? What more could a person want?

I mean, he did clear out the gene pool a bit. He probably weeded out the kids that were too stupid to run away from the sound of gunfire (or hide). He had a gun; he was more fit than those around him who didn't. He was ruthless and impersonal, like nature is. It seems to me that he actually did nothing fact, he was probably just doing what nature would have done anyways.

I just don't get how this doesn't happen more. Atheistic evolutionary thought is all over. Why are people shocked when intelligent kids actually live like they're atheistic evolutionists?

If humanity is overrated, why not just kill a few people for giggles?

Until Next Time,

The Armchair Theologian


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