@pauljacobson I don't think it's interesting, just a normal human response. If someone wants to try to go the extra mile due to their faith, I think they should go for it. But, especially in the case of someone who has explicitly made it known that they are not going to waste their time showing empathy or simpathy or charity ETC., expecting everyone else to just forget that is at best a fool's errand and at worst one of those standards opponents are to adhere to and not one to be followed.
@pauljacobson Oh. I get you now. This reminds me of how sometimes non-disabled people will advocate for accessibility, even just for a little while, after spending time around people with disabilities, watching the crap we deal with, who then get angry about it. They don't join the cause on a long-term basis, but there's at least one interaction where they're doing the advocating.