He’s at it again. This time lambasting atheists. See original article here.
Robertson’s point, and it’s mine too, is that without an all-seeing God telling us what’s right and wrong there is no authority for any judgment. To an atheist something is wrong because it’s wrong because it’s wrong because it’s wrong because it’s wrong – circular reasoning which fulfills its desire for validation with its own flesh like a snake satisfying it’s hunger by swallowing its own tail. A philosophy of no objective moral code easily nudged into running in the opposite direction of it’s right because it’s right because it’s right and so on. The religious on the other hand know you need authority with a capital A in life. Especially in the long human quest to rise above the outcome of tooth and claw.