Albeit not hearing this particular spoop speak, a pious man would recite a similar argument in his mind, and formulate a counter argument.
“It is not ignorant in the slightest. A wild, feral beast, does no go out of its way to consume an intelligent being, yet it will take the opportunity to. For instance, let us take the example of a cockatrice. A cockatrice normally does not fly into a city and prey upon the flesh of those within it. Instead, however, given the opportunity, the cockatrice would eat a lone traveler, or adventurer who threatened it. I would imagine if I asked a cockatrice whether it thought humans tasted good it too would reply with something similar – that they taste icky. Yet, still, the cockatrice hides and avoids civilization. It hides not because it is natural to hide, but instead because it knows its very being is taboo and hated. Similar to the spooks our fair archbishop disdains! It knows by its very nature that it is wrong, a monstrosity, and so do those of undead or necrotic composition. Even a pig would eat its master should it find him sleeping in the mud, or perhaps a loyal dog upon finding its master deceased and alone. Thus, you are no different from a dog, a swine or even a monster. Your kind is feral, and are usually responsible for the destruction of our continents. You attempt to sever our devotion to god – the laxity of your pseudo civilization, one built upon deception and evil nature, attempts to justify sins and lessen their severity. You fool no-one bar the corrupted, spook, and you are as compelling as rat-****. I hope you burn in the nether, but then again, such a fate might satisfy thee since you wish to cradle yourself in Iblees’ embrace. Deus Magnus.”