To Athiests, morality is simply a convenience, an arbitrary set of rules to make society work bet
Now I’m confused. I’ve read on this forum, time and time again, that atheism, in denying absolute truth, made it OK for us to have as much sex as we wanted. Now you’re telling me that it’s not about sex, but about control (making society work better), which, from where I sit, is one of the purposes of man made religion (which I kind of suspect is the only kind).
I am confused. When was it posted that people of faith don’t/can’t have sex. You got it wrong buddy, sex is a gift from God, and what a gift it is!!! wooohooo
I’m of the belief that most atheists embrace atheism because they refuse to accept the consequences of their actions... In a way, they are “denying the judge”.
I also suspect that many atheists are the kind of people who may have gotten away with some really horrible crime like kidnapping a young child and murdering her but where never brought to justice. They hide what feelings of guilt they have with a pretentious “there is no god” rationalizing.
Of course, there are those who simply don’t believe in a god of any kind - I got no beef with them but the child killers need to be hunted down wherever they are hiding - even if they happen to be teaching “evolutionary biology” in some “prestigious” university where the concept of global warming is, I apologize for bringing this up in a thread dedicated to atheism, treated as gospel.
Where did I say anything about sex? Morality goes far beyond that. It is telling though that you think morality necessarily means sexual morality.
Heck, for an Athiest, making society “work better” could mean complete sexual carte blanche, as in San Francisco. Morality to Athiests is completely arbitrary so they can have anything their little hearts desire.