"Sacred Abortion" I must admit that I absolutely dreaded reading the article Sacred Abortion. It was given to me over a half year before I wrote this and it sat on my computer circa three and a half years before I first...
Thus far evilbible.com has offered impotent outrage in the form of baseless condemnations and we have seen cases of capital punishment and no human sacrifice. At least, no human sacrifice from the Jews to the God of the Bible but by Gentile Pagans to their false gods. Oddly enough, evilbible.com's author did not condemn these-let's just get back to condemning Jews!
The next section is entitled, "Child Sacrifice" which again quotes the apocrypha but this time not from the Roman Catholic NAB but from the RSV, some Bibles include the apocrypha as historical reference:
Besides noting that evilbible.com can only logically condemn any action, such as human sacrifice, by appealing to assertions based on personal preference spiked with outrage we have also noted that thus far the author's claims remain unsubstantiated.
We will now consider a section of the evilbible.com page entitled, "God Commands Burning Humans" the entirety of which reads,
Thus far, we considered that evilbible.com's author has no premise, no basis, no ethos upon which to condemn anything at all and noted that the first considerations of "Why does God want me to burn animals and humans?" was one in which Abraham "didn't kill his son" and yet, the argument from outrage ensued.
In part 1 we considered that evilbible.com's author has no premise, no basis, no ethos upon which to condemn anything at all and noted that the first examples under "Why does God want me to burn animals and humans?" was Abraham who "didn't kill his son," peppered with arguments from outrage.
True Freethinker will now consider their promulgations in the area of Ritual Human Sacrifice in the Bible. As aforementioned in the parsed essay about rape in the Bible we should again note that when considering any and every atheist condemnation of any action whatsoever it is of primary importance to keep in mind that they are expressing personal opinions about the acts they are condemning. They are merely expressing their personal preferences in the form of morality borrowed from the Judeo-Christian worldview.