Why God Is Evil

    The Victorian philosopher and mathematician W. K. Clifford’s following admonition is at the core of the moral call of so-called “New Atheists”, a few fellows who make the Anglo-American plutocratic order tremble: “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.”

    A philosopher appropriately called “Ruse” concludes his article “Why God Is A Moral Issue” with: “[Clifford’s] universal claim may be too strong. But too often religious believers seem oblivious to Clifford’s admonition and accept things with way too little evidence. That I much suspect is what motivates the New Atheists and in fact expresses the deepest and most powerful moral objection to theism.”

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