no one has a choice of skin color, nor does skin color teach behaviour.<quoted text>
Consider your issues lately about racism
So if I see someone black do something bad, I can claim it taints black people in general?
And if not, what possible difference is there?
Both cases would be taking the actions of one person and applying them to hundreds of millions of people
I am going to keep pointing out these "ethics" by so-called secular humanists in here. And while its not personal with you friend, if you are going to defend it I want to know how
philosophy is an adopted choice. you are not obligated (like skin color) to adopt an evil philosophy. You could choose to be a decent person.