I believe it is better to be guided by morality, that is what our feel is right for ourselves, and also by our instinct when it is free of social conditioning, when it is pure. The fear instead makes us like so many sheep, the ideal preys for a consumer society like the ours
It is better to be guided by morals (values) than fear, SteveoMc. Fear is a tenuous resource and it can abandon you when you "need" it most.
by lanablackmoor 6 years ago
Do you think religion compels morality, or does morality determine religion?Obviously the relationship is somewhat multi-directional for most people, but I'm wondering which you think is more powerful. Do people usually choose a religion that aligns with their preexisting morality? Or do they...
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
Atheists sometimes claim that & they do have some reason for such claims. Whats your views on this? & WHY?Remember, exceptions should not be examples. We are talking about the majority of the group not individuals.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
advancement couple with the increased education and enlightenment of people, will organized religion hopefully become a relic of the past?
by Yves 2 years ago
Is morality undervalued? Are ethics replacing morality?Though similar, there are distinctions between morality and ethics. Which school of thought do you live by? Are you moral or ethical?
by janesix 5 years ago
I say we are born knowing right from wrong. People KNOW they are doing something wrong, and yet choose to do it anyway.Our moral compass is a gift from God.Morals are inborn in my opinion.Discuss.
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
Scientific advancement without morals and spirituality to control from Word revealed from the Creator-God Allah YHWH could destroy humanityThat is the most danger posed to humanity. A man living in Hiroshima or Nagasaki; what benefit accrued to him from the scientific advancement uncontrolled by...
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