[Marvin Olasky] tells the audience that his record as a married man improved after he became a Christian. I’m ready to believe it. He also mentions many nice people who do good things because of their faith. I reply that I am ready to believe that too, as long as it’s admitted that many people behave worse because of their religion. My challenge: name an ethical statement or action, made or performed by a person of faith, that could not have been made or performed by a nonbeliever. I have since asked this question at every stop and haven’t had a reply yet.
Everybody’s favorite gin-soaked Trotskyist has toured the US south as part of his book tour for his polemic, God Is Not Great: