Professional atheist advocates cannibalism
Mar 21, 2018
Professional atheist Richard Dawkins continues to push the envelope against a God-deluded world, proposing that cultivating and eating human “meat” might help society overcome its “taboo” against cannibalism.
Commenting on an article from the UK’s Independent newspaper, which touts the benefits of lab-grown “clean meat,” Dawkins tweeted earlier this month that perhaps something similar could be done with human flesh, which would assist western culture in shedding yet another irrational remnant of its Judeo-Christian roots.
Dawkins said that eating lab-grown human meat would provide an “interesting test case for consequentialist morality versus ‘yuck reaction’ absolutism,” which keeps people from doing things just because they seem morally repugnant.
This is what can happen when people reject God’s right to rule what He created and when they decide for themselves what is right or wrong. Cannibalism is forbidden in the food laws, because man is an unclean creature. He has no cloven hoof, he does not chew the cud, he has no fins nor scales, nor does he leap high (aspire toward God).
We are only clean by the word that God has spoken (John 15:3). Obviously, Richard Dawkins prefers to remain an unclean creature, at least for the moment. In his ignorance he apparently thinks that human meat is clean just because it is edible. Someday he will wonder how he could have been so stupid.