Religious people - explain that “code of conduct” thing for me again. You know, how the bible and the ten commandments is supposed to be:
the historical foundation of American law, moral values and code of conduct.
And then explain this:
A 24-year-old ski lift operator who fatally shot the general manager of the Eldora ski area was determined to kill co-workers who weren't Christian, according to court records obtained Thursday.
The documents, filed Wednesday in Boulder District Court, said witnesses told authorities that Derik Bonestroo walked into a building at work, fired a gun into the ceiling and said: "If you're not Christian, you're going to die."
Because from this story, it seems to me that this Christian “code of conduct” is pretty useless.
I’m not saying that most Christians or even many Christians would ever do such a thing. What I’m saying, is that being Christian, reading your bible, following God, clearly does not make you moral and is clearly not necessary as a “code of conduct” for us to follow. So, Christians, explain please exactly why I’m wrong here or stop banging on about how atheists are amoral. Please.
Hat tip to Atheist Revolution.