11/25/2017 (Sat) 12:48:16
>>13837>If anything I'd blame a lack of a hierarchical family system which Christianity (among others, Confucianism for example) did endorse.
Christianity broke the familial hierarchy. The concept of a heavenly father was the competing option to taking the word of your actual earthly father as gospel, or barring that the government that your daddy effectively sold you to as a serf like you were a serf to him from the day you were born. >>13839
Professing that you're hot shit on a stick would get you legally murdered, because unlike in your atheist commie utopia there was no law that had anyone owe you
anything for being killed, only your owner, and that's if he's able to collect. Some circles invented the idea that you're allowed to go to a monastery and freethink your life away instead of dying on some field your owner forgot you on to be picked up by a warlord, if you do
profess that you're owned by no man on earth but only by a "god". Theists, before even Christianity, came up with the concept to explain the idea of morality, and along came atheists claiming "I don't have morality, but the world owes me anyway!" like their version of the pay gap and glass ceiling and the fucking holohoax, waaaah.
If recent developments are anything to go by were heading back to such feudal arrangement soon enough. Secularism is fast draining any financial worth for enforcing human rights. Atheist, feminist, and jewish response to seeing a world open up before them is to cry foul when it isn't delivered to them by the force of pure altruist morality of a godless world.