Quote: I have argued many times before that the "Joker" seen in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" is someone who takes atheism to it's logical conclusion.
Probably it's best if I am the first to tell you of these things you apparently did not know: The Batman series is fiction, and "The Joker" is not a real person who can actually take an idea "to it's [sic] logical conclusion."
Don't feel bad - Dan Quayle made a very similar mistake and he was waaaay smarter than you.
Aristotle states in Poetics
"Art is an imitation of life."
The Joker is a fictional charater who perfectly sums up what the logical outworking of atheism looks like.
Shallow thinks, like yourself, take the belief "there is no God" to justify your unwillingness to accept traditional morals and conventions.
Atheists who really think about the significance of what atheism really often become real life monsters.
I suspect Holmes is just one more.
-------------------- Clovis: "nothing in this world is more valuable than a human being."