Hiding child rapists is still a good thing

…and not just a good thing. A “sacred and treasured” thing.

Catholics object to Irish law requiring them to stop covering up the rape of children.

Cardinal Sean Brady called the practice of hiding child rapists a “sacred and treasured” rite.

The Archbishop of Armagh said “any intrusion upon it is a challenge to the very basis of a free society”.

Where would the human race be without this perfect moral compass, given to us by the infallible, all-knowing God?

Via jwz

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2 Responses to Hiding child rapists is still a good thing

  1. yojo says:

    how do you know this “perfect moral compass” was given by God ?
    Because “they” use the Name of God and quote Him ?
    I thought you were smarter than that.

  2. MT says:

    Hi yojo.

    You are aware that almost every page of the Bible make claims about what is morally right?

    Theologians say that without God and the Bible we would not know right from wrong. For the ordinary dude, the only way of getting proper guidance to understand God’s moral intentions is to ask a priest, since the priest got paid to spend his life trying to learn this. So if you would advise against that, then priests are utterly useless and should all be fired for scamming people for 2,000 years.

    Unless of course you mean that it’s better to listen to voices in your head rather than asking a priest for guidance. In which case I’d point you to this: https://religionpoisons.wordpress.com/2011/04/02/they-obeyed-the-voice-in-their-heads/

    All the above assuming there is a God. Of course, there’s a more probable explanation: it’s all a scam.

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