Bingo. Just get you some forgiveness on demand, and you're ready to go out and do it again.
Nope. Mocking shoddy Christian ethics. Look at this thread. What a mess.Mocking Christ.
You'd lose. In an analogous situation, I'd use the exact same words.I would bet you wouldn't mock a Muslim or a Buddhist as you do Christians here.
But what if you were right? Would that invalidate my claims. Christians are free to forgive themselves without apologizing to their victims, nor making amends. Can you successfully dispute that?
Look at Dimwit here - Skombolis. He's as clearly wrong as he can be. Christianity not only has no mechanism for preventing him from shirking his moral obligation, it facilitates it by teaching them that if he whispers at the light fixture that he has repented and is forgiven by the only two people that count - himself, and the reflection of that that he calls god.
But the body of Christ will lovingly correct him and reign him in, or the Spirit will move in him, right? Have you been following along?
On the other hand, have you witnessed the humanists and how we interact? Have you seen how our values manifest in us? We respect reason and compassion. We offer that to one another, and to those of you that care about such things, of which there have been a few.
Compare that with the behavior of the Christians and how they interact with one another.
I'm proud to be part of a much better ideology. Our values are not only better than Christian values wherever they are in conflict, we actually embody ours. You won't see any of us bickering, feuding, or flinging feces at one another like the Christians do - just giving reasoned, compassionate arguments.