(Continued entry from guest blogger Terribilis)
Too bad I had so little room left to eat all of him, but I just couldn’t finish, as I was so full already. The maw of the beast does not have endless capacity, and the last thing I needed was indigestion. An upset belly coupled with my acid reflux would have simply tore me up later that night. So I left everything except the offal. There’s always room for offal.
Jesus taught us most people are wicked and going to Hell, and He sure was right in this instance. Unquestionably God urges me to do what I do as a werewolf. His morality is on my side. In the case of the deli lady and her cuckolded husband, think of their fate as miniature version of the Great Flood, in which I was God’s divine riposte to wickedness on a local level.
The Bible is so full of other examples that prove my argument of werewolf moral righteousness. I feel at least one more sample story is appropriate; especially as it will help me better explain a later topic. How about God’s annihilation of Gomorrah and Sodom? Yes this is a fine point where to continue.
With these two ancient cities God teaches us it is morally right to destroy those who are entrenched in the sin of homosexuality; or as St. Paul saw it, as extinguishing those who suppress the truth - the truth that one cannot stray from Nature or the teachings of God.
Yet there is one kill in particular that still gives me pause in this regard. (Yes, werewolves can be introspective).
(to be continued...)