This week I safely dropped a human being from space while you shot a 14 year old girl in head for wanting to go to school.
I kinda feel you need a new hobby
Well I began to think about how religion might respond and this is my version of one possible response:
While I am somewhat disappointed in your rhetoric, I take your point. It saddens me greatly that some people choose to abuse and manipulate what I offer in such ways. You must feel the same too. Wasn't it science that gave up the technology of the atom bomb that was "safely" dropped on two major cities in Japan? Time and again you too have offered so much that could have been good that got used negatively. Need I mention DDT, napalm CFC's, or the greenhouse effect.
Man's inhumanity to man has often been done in my name but sadly using your tools.
The truth is we are more like brothers than adversaries. Together we can inspire humanity to search out the answers to all sorts of questions. You, for example, can help humanity explore how the universe came into existence, but you have no answer to the question of why the universe came into existence. You can help humanity discover new ways to reduce disease, eliminate poverty and improve the quality of life for everyone, but you find it difficult to explain why they should do those things.
Perhaps, if you want to throw stones, then you should look for a lower horse from which to do so.
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