When truth is blurry…REALLY???

Is morality possible without belief in God? What is morality? I love the South but the evangelical vibe is maddening. Morals are relative.

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by Kenneth Justice

~ Two of my favorite coffee house friends were hanging out at the café yesterday morning, Evangelical Eddie and Atheist Adam (if you don’t think those are their real names you might be right).

Always arguing, usually in a non-contentious mood, yesterday’s disagreement was on the topic of whether or not you could believe in morality if you don’t believe in God,

If I didn’t believe in God I would do whatever I want to do!” said Eddie, “I would sleep with whoever I want, I would rape whoever I want, and I would steal whatever I want” said this 30-something quasi-Christian evangelist

I guess Eddie has some pretty extreme inner desire; ‘rape whoever I want’….REALLY??? He would rape whoever he wants if he didn’t believe in God? Hopefully he doesn’t represent the majority of Christians, I would hope that my fellow believers…

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