A sufficiently Catholic science is indistinguishable from

by | May 9, 2014

Ad hominem.

The bulk of the book is spent examining the biographies of many of the most influential atheists (and a few deists), including Nietzsche, Hume, Sartre, Schopenhauer, Freud, H. G. Wells, and Richard Dawkins. This group is contrasted with a representative “control group” of prominent theists such as Pascal, Kierkegaard, Wilberforce, Chesterton, Bonhoeffer, and Newman. Vitz makes a strong argument, for in nearly every case, the atheists had abusive, weak, distant, absent or otherwise defective fathers, while the theists had positive relationships with their fathers, or, in some cases, with caring father-figures.

I should note, of the atheist bloggers I know, I’m not particularly anti-catholic.

But fuck these guys and their outdated cherrypicking psycho-analytical doodoo.

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