Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by MikeHoncho, Mar 13, 2011.
atheists dont believe in right and wrong?
You are wrong. Very wrong. Like, so blatantly and simply wrong that this reeks of a troll thread.
ok maybe i was being a little too broad, i meant an objective right and wrong.
Wrong again. Some atheists do not believe in absolute right and wrong, but that does not mean that all of them believe that.
thats an interesting take, which objective standard is their right and wrong base on?
Correct me if I'm wrong: Based on your premise, without Religion the Religious would not know or believe in right from wrong, right or wrong? (hit a bong while she's sucking your schlong while on the john)
not necessarly true, it would depend on what religion your referring. but for arguments sake, lets just say your a judeo christian, you would believe that "God" in this context, is an all knowing eternal being. so yea, based on that scenario thats where right and wrong would come from.
numismatics might be more suited to your talents...
would you define making up trash as being wrong?
consider yourself corrected, troll.
whats with this troll nonsense? is troll the word of the day? how is what i asked irrational? its obvious im talking about absolute right and wrong. lol you guys are funny.
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