Thursday, May 19, 2011

How would human harvesting be wrong if Atheism were true?

The Lie
 You are raised your entire life in a giant indoor facility. For as long as you remember you are told that the world has been contaminated, and that some day you will get to go to the only uncontaminated place left on the planet, "THE ISLAND." When your lottery number finally gets picked, you are led into the operating room where they steal your organs and put you to death.

The Truth
It turns out you are a clone of some rich person, your life was made in a lab so that you could better the life of someone who wants to live it up a little longer...

Thank GOD its Fiction
Thank GOD this isn't a real scenario. You may have seen this plot in the movies like the "ISLAND" or "NEVER LET ME GO"  Just a look into what may happen in our future.

The atheistic moral dilemma
There's not a single intelligent follower of Charles Darwin who would say that this is a morally acceptable concept. But the argument raised here is why? If natural selection were true this would simply be the next step our human brains should accept in order to better our species. On atheism  how would this be wrong? If we are just products of a blind undirected evolutionary process, than we have no reason to think this wrong. Afterall if an animal forces sex on another animal, is that rape? Or if they kill another would you consider that murder? Of course not! they are animals and on Atheism so are we.

Moral Values are grounded in GOD
Heres a recap on the point. If atheism were true, right and wrongs are simply delusions created by evolution to better our species as a whole. We all know this is clearly false, therefore GOD is basis of all morality to mankind and the Bible tells us so! It says knowing right and wrong is written on our hearts, whether you admit it or not everyone knows right from wrong.

 ROMANS 2:14
14For when Gentiles who do not have the Law do instinctively the things of the Law, these, not having the Law, are a law to themselves,
 15in that they show the work of the Law written in their hearts, their conscience bearing witness and their thoughts alternately accusing or else defending them,