Instead of starting a new thread dealing with the same 'stuff', i'll focus my question towards those who are firmly convinced that they are atheist/agnostic/scientific/etc....
I'm very curious as to your personal 'moral code'. Meaning, how do you determine right/wrong? This may seem a silly or simple question....but i'm curious nonetheless(sp?).
For example, murder is wrong (i'll assume you agree with me on this
). So then, why would an atheist/agnostic 'beleive' that murder is wrong? Simply because it's the law? Another reason?
Is the fact that murder is 'wrong' a universal 'truth'??..or no?
Aug 14, '03
also, I don't know if it's right to ask people about their personal moral code without posting yours....don't mean to sound rude, but maybe you should tell us why you believe something like murder is wrong or what your personal moral code is. are you a beleiver?
Last edit by iliel on Aug 14, '03