My morality comes from the nature of existence,
My, that certainly is a profound statement. How could anyone argue with that? They can't. Because everyone exists therefore everyone has an opinion and all opinions are of the same value. Who can argue otherwise? Since we all exist we all have valid opinions.
"Because everyone exists therefore everyone has an opinion and all opinions are of the same value. Who can argue otherwise? Since we all exist we all have valid opinions."
That isn't what I said. That's your philosophy, not mine. You're the moral relativist. You're the one who thinks that anything a government does is not wrong, because,well, the government is THE LAW. Not that that matters, you have already stated you are incapable of making rational decisions. You know of no rational basis to choose what is moral or not moral. There are other people too in society who also can't make rational choices. They're called children. Do your parents know you are using their computer?
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. " (John 3:16)
Why do you believe the Bible? If you can't make rational decisions, how did you happen to believe this? I am serious.
If the Government outlaws Christianity (including all appropriate amending to the Constitution), would you obey?, because, as you have said earlier,
"If there(sic) laws allow it, that is what makes it right."
Would it be right? How could you know without the ability to make rational decisions?
posted on 10/13/2005 3:05:06 PM PDT
("There is a grandeur in this view of life...")
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