Quote Mining Camus

Frequently Christian apologists who want to claim that atheism entails both meaninglessness and immorality enjoy mining the atheistic existentialists for material that presumably supports their contentions. Earlier this month, Patrick Mefford fisked a professor at Brigham Young University who tried to use Camus in this way as part of a Mormon apologetics piece attacking atheism. It’s worth a read.

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