Theists claim that if God does not exist, then objective morality does not exist.
Do they think atheists should behave "rationally," and since there are no objective moral values, pillar and plunder and rape and destroy? Is that consistent enough behavior for you? If an atheist behaves otherwise, since they have no moral foundation for their judgments, then they are behaving irrationally!
by Joseph O Polanco 3 years ago
How do you prove something is morally right or wrong without using the Bible or appealing to God?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
Do YOU believe that goodness/kindness/morality is an inherent and innatebehavior regardless of whether one is religious or non-religious?
by PhoenixV 8 months ago
Why Don't Atheists Believe In God?
by lovetherain 46 hours ago
Is it objective or subjective?
by zzron 6 years ago
Atheists claim that God does not exist, show me the proof that backs up this claim.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What makes many people to always associate ethics, goodness, morality, & spiritualitywith religion? What makes those same people strongly contend that atheists, agnostics, and other non-religionists cannot be ethical, good, moral, & even spiritual because the latter do...
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