5 thoughts on “Catholic apologist admits killing Midianite children was not “moral” but…

  1. mr.heathcliff

    this nazi style reasoning “greater good” is not biblically supported, yhwh the bride god tells the hebrews to kill children because of grudge or revenge and he also acknowledges that hebrews did worse crimes than the nations that the hebrews drove out.

    one question , would saul or moses have sinned if they did not carry out the killings god had requested?


  2. mr.heathcliff

    This is the morality that is used by the biggest terrorist state in the world. The US. When thousands of civilians died in drone strikes during the Obama administration, they were shrugged off as “collateral” as if we are talking about meat. “Oops we pushed a button and we lost a few thousand kilograms of meat. Sorry, not sorry”.

    All of this is acceptable to them because of “the greater good”. But you see, this is a dangerous rabbit hole to go down into.

    When Madeleine Albright was asked about if it was worth it after estimates has shown that the war in Iraq resulted in the death of half a million children, she said “it’s worth it”. Here is the youtube video :

    Madeleine Albright says 500,000 dead Iraqi Children was “worth it” wins Medal of Freedom

    Because to protect the interest of the Godless nation of America, anything becomes justified and morally acceptable. The US killed an estimated 200000 civilians in Nagasaki and Hiroshima and were hailed as “Heroes”. Many children died burning alive. Those who survived died from radiation. These children had nothing to do with the war, they were innocent children that were sacrificed for the “greater good”.

    If you ask any of these US leaders they always reply that these civilian deaths were a sacrifice that they were “willing to make”. Funny how whenever they say this, it’s never them who sacrifice anything. It’s always other people that suffer.


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