It is vain to hold both to the sanctity of morality, i.e., the idea that man ought to become a saint in life, and to atheism, since on atheism, both saints and sinners become equal to each other and to zero in death.

This then is a kind of argument for the existence of God, or at least of some form of afterlife, which may be persuasive to those striving to be holy. It need not be persuasive to those who would rather give up the imperative to moral perfection than atheism.

Otherwise, the facts that sometimes injustice is profitable and that it is often profited from are rather arguments against the existence of God, being aspects of the general problem of evil.

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