Blog Posts - Morality



Surfeit of Ego

In a world with finite resources, many commodities are in short supply. One clear overabundance is that of ego. We’ve seen that clearly in the long, long months of this year’s political campaign and the single month since then. Running … Co...

-Assisted Suicide: Majority of Americans vs. Evangelical Christians

Assisted suicide is the next big issue where the beliefs of conservative Christians are in the process of being challenged by the new morality of the dominant American culture. According to Lifeway Research, 67% see physician assisted death for perso...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Dec 9, 2016

“Black Lives Don’t Matter!”

This idiot thinks he can become white by kissing white ass! Western governments do not value the lives of the poor and underclass worldwide, they kill them off like bugs! Being poor and black in America is equivalent to being a non-person! The Britis...
by Seven Spheres on Jul 22, 2016

Biological Imperative

Nothing used to make you feel smarter than being in a British bookstore. With that curious blend of proper, insane, and bawdy, books are displayed that you might find surprising. Alarming, even. Last year as I strolled around Blackwells in … Co...

No action against Sakshi Maharaj, Babulal Gaur: Morality, corruption are non-issues for BJP!

No political party talks as much about morality as the BJP.But when it comes to practicing it, BJP leaders are farthest.In fact, its leadership appears most thick-skinned while dealing with complaints against its leaders.Recently, controversial MP Sa...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on May 11, 2016

Decline in religion, decline in morality.

Religious decline does not equal moral decline, says researcher. [1] How original. Stupid prejudiced science reaches to stupid prejudiced conclusions. …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Apr 19, 2016

Religious Freedom Act? Is This Love?

I am becoming more and more angered over the so-called religious freedom acts being signed into law in various states across our country. I know it sounds good, and I do believe everyone should have the freedom to choose their religious beliefs or to...
by Done with Religion on Apr 12, 2016

Religious Freedom Act? Is This Love?

I am becoming more and more angered over the so-called religious freedom acts being signed into law in various states across our country. I know it sounds good, and I do believe everyone should have the freedom to choose their religious beliefs or to...
by Done with Religion on Apr 12, 2016

Moral Money

Yesterday I spent at the Mid-Atlantic Regional American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature meeting. Not a registered guest, I was there in mufti. Those who know me stopped by to greet me, even without a name tag, … Continue...

Dead Elephants vs. Dead Christians! (Video)

Nobody loves animals more than I do! In fact, in many ways, I like most animals more than I like most humans!That said, in the world where we now live there seems to be a clear disconnect on the part of our politicians and media concerning the murder...
by The Political Commentator on Jan 11, 2016

-Is Freedom Possible Without Belief in God?

       (Declaration of Independence: amslerPIX) Is freedom possible without belief in God? Most in America today would say it is. After all we do have a Constitution that guarantees our freedoms. However, in a recent spe...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jan 9, 2016

Declaring War on the US for supporting Monsanto

There is no need to send troops and equipment thousands of miles away to fight terrorism when the biggest criminals occupy or surround the oval office itself. The US constitution describes these individuals as domestic enemies and all Americans are s...
by Seven Spheres on Dec 31, 2015

The perfect books for your psychology-loving friends and family this Christmas

Looking for Christmas gifts for a psychology lover? Check out these books.
by PsyPost on Nov 21, 2015

The Lost Etiquette

Written By: Maliha Javed.As I placed my order at the corner table of the small café down the road, I noticed a woman admiringly gazing at a couple where the man pulled out a chair for the lady he accompanied. The woman staring, said to herself “oh...
by Finding Neverland on Oct 30, 2015

Richard Carrier and the “Infantile” objection to God’s command’s

In his article, “Why Traditional Theism Cannot Provide an Adequate Foundation for Morality”, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong argued that a “Divine command theory makes morality childish.”[1] In my response to Armstrong, “Is Ethical Naturalis...
by MandM on Oct 26, 2015

John Corvino on Liberals and Being Judgemental

Recently I have been reading John Corvino’s book, “What’s wrong with Homosexuality?” Corvino describes himself as a religious sceptic and is one of the leading defenders of the moral permissibly of homosexual conduct, and also an articulate...
by MandM on Oct 24, 2015

Did God Really Command Genocide? Summarised at Moral Apologetics

Over at Moral Apologetics,  David Baggett and Mark Foreman, are undertaking the task of writing chapter summaries of Paul Copan’s and my book, “Did God Really Command Genocide?” The chapter summaries are available here.
by MandM on Oct 23, 2015

Are Christians More Moral Than Everyone Else?

Dessins de Martin van Maele. Illustration de La Grande Danse macabre des vifs, 1905. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)In the U.S., Christianity is frequently equated with morality. Christians are assumed to be more moral than the rest of us simply because of...
by Atheist Revolution on Aug 19, 2015

DROPS OF PEARL

The window side seemed to call, The witness didn’t appear to be bleak, A used up life, a shameful fall And the elements of all that’s sick; Made me abhor this life all the more. The Burning Ghats, the innocent shriek And the slow rumbling of ashe...
by Hatpakha Magazine on Jun 5, 2015

Atheist Morality

Detail from James Gillray's "New Morality" published in the Anti-Jacobin Review (Photo credit: Wikipedia)I have never been convinced that one's answer to the question of whether gods exist has much of anything to do with whether one is a decent and m...
by Atheist Revolution on Apr 14, 2015


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