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← Patrick Coffin, with Edward Feser, Receive a Call from Sean Faircloth of the RDFRS (US)

Mark Jones's Avatar Jump to comment 20 by Mark Jones

Blimey, why do some theists blithely ask about right and wrong as if it's settled that right and wrong only makes sense in a theist world view? Why do they not at least acknowledge that many of us, and a large percentage of philosophers, disagree with this presumption? Why be so facile? Have they not noticed it impresses no-one of a non-religious persuasion?

Well done Sean, and you're quite right to call them out for their abhorrent world view; I do think the more this is done, the more pause it will give Catholics.

Feser's odd obsession with WLC appears to be getting to fanboy level, even though in the past people with the same world views would have had the other burnt alive, or similar, if threatened.

Wed, 02 May 2012 20:24:53 UTC | #939132