Monday, February 8, 2016

Why Should Darwinists Care About Suffering?

I have not yet found reference to groups of Darwinists in America or England saying that their philosophy compelled them to be concerned about suffering and starving people in other parts of the world.  What a joke.  Darwinism is fundamentally, necessarily, and essentially inhumane.  If people starve to death or perish from illness or violence, that’s just the way life is.  We are only animals after all, with no immortal souls, no spark of the divine, and nothing in essence to distinguish us from the beasts.  We don’t get excited if other animals are dying—why the unscientific species bias in favor of people?

Joseph Keysor, “Hitler, the Holocaust, and the Bible,” pg. 221

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