Atheist,What causes,or How do you Define Bad and Good Character?
Do you think that its all the same or do you think it don't exist as you believe that good and evil don't exist?
Good and evil exist as intent. But I'd say though each person probably defines good or bad character slightly differently, you wouldn't get too much variation in a theist vs atheist sampling.
Fools and trolls winning, duh. This guy is either a troll and a good one or he is a very presumptuous and angry jackwagon.
It may be a misconception that an atheist does not believe in good and evil. Without believing in God, a person can still have very strong moral beliefs. This moral sense exists because all human beings are capable of empathy. If someone hurts me in some way and causes me pain, I know that I will cause a similar pain if I do the same thing to someone else. Many atheist live by the same Golden Rule as the theists. Why? Because if I am nice to peole then people will be nice to me. Yes, good and evil exist -- and they are the result of human behavior.
Some of us contemplate on it based upon the interactions we have with other people and by studying the world around us, rather than having it read to us in a children's book.
bad and evil , like good or nice are nothing more then words that decribe actions or thoughts. what causes anything a person does is many things. it can be anything from a persons background, their genitics, mental health, etc. i never met an athiest that would say good and evil don't exist but an athiest might say good and bad instead of evil. what causes you to wonder so much about how athiests think if you believe in god like you seem to want us to think? are you having doubts perhaps?
by Jacqui 3 years ago
Why is God only praised for the Good, never blamed for the Bad?People have often stated that they are offended or at least find it offensive if God is blamed for the Evil in the world (or that happens to people), but praise Him for the Good. Did God not create everything - including Good and...
by jtyler 6 years ago
Or vice verse? I have heard the argument that you can't have good without evil many times. Do you believe this is true, both from a metaphysical and semantic point of view?
by Jake Brannen 2 years ago
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by twingwiri 8 years ago
As a fellow human being,i want to ask if we could exist without a belief of something o one greater than ourselves.I believe if there was no God we'd have to invent Him.
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
Well like religion, i think atheism too varies from atheist to atheist..what is the standard form of atheism, its purpose and strengths over religions??
by Apostle Jack 6 years ago
Atheist say that they can't prove that God do not exist,so.......that make them just as ignorant about the matter as those that they say can't prove that He does.That is a clear view of the Pot calling the kettle black.Do you agree.There is more proof that He does exist than He doesn't.They don't...
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