This is the problem with Christian religion: it establishes unrealistic, and irrational, and immoral criteria by which to live. And then it creates a loophole so that you don’t ever have to be responsible for those actions. Christianity is not a moral system, it is an immoral system. Because it specifically says that there aren’t necessarily consequences that you’re going to have to pay, because of a loophole. And what is the loophole? It has nothing to do with how good you are, or how morally you act or anything else, it has to do with whether or not you’re willing to be a sycophant to an idea. And if you are, then there is now an exception for which you no longer have to suffer a penalty for this. So the idea that “secular morality offers no guarantee that people will never pay for their crimes and their atrocities” is not an argument against secular morality, because that is a TENANT of Christianity. It is the foundation.
Matt Dillahunty, The Atheist Experience