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Do atheists just want to SIN?


“Sin” has no absolute definition. Neither does morality, which becomes painfully evident the moment you start to look seriously at what has and hasn’t been morally acceptable to different civilisations and in different eras.

The closest we have to an absolute is the Golden Rule: “Do unto others the way you would want to be done to you”. I try pretty hard to stick to that, though I don’t always succeed. But I do a lot better than theists who think they should victimise minorities because (someone’s interpretation of) an ancient book tells them to.

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This entry was posted on May 21, 2017 by in Uncategorized.
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