The Cult of Fools
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The Cult of Fools

Weird Christian Claim: Greed is Good

Regardless of your acceptance or rejection of Christianity, it is rather traditional to assume that greed and a desire to get as much money as possible by tossing the poor out of their homes and into the street is something that is not “Christian”.

I would take that thought a bit further.

I would argue that such a stance is not exclusive to any belief. The actual driving…




Most humans, regardless of their beliefs or lack of any, are generally decent and honourable. Some abandon all that, toss empathy, integrity, and honesty under the bus and so they end up joining the Cult of Fools. It is almost impossible to distinguish satire from actual claims.

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David Gamble

Blogger and writer with a keen interest is science, skepticism, critical thinking, and many other weird and whacky topics.

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