Both parties get equal blame from me.
I'm just answering the question you asked
You're looking to agree with something but like mathematics, objectivity doesn't need subjective agreement in order for it to be true.
Just because life has no inherent meaning doesn't mean life is pointless. We are all free to find meaning wherever and however we want. That's a good thing. If you want to spend your life in intellectual servitude to false beliefs, groveling to an imaginary deity go right ahead. Morality is objectively based on the value of human life itself. Whatever harms or destroys human life is considered "bad" or "evil" and that which protects and enhances life is considered "good." This leads to a far more compassionate and rational system than that of a deity whose whims cannot be understood and who is not constrained in any manner by the commands he gives to others. Your morality is subjective to the extreme because it is established by a being whose motives and very nature are absolutely beyond human comprehension which makes it impossible to discern any moral law beyond, ?God wills it.?
Jesus did save the world.
I love the way you think, sir.
He's not going to get past Warriors if he goes there
To jump in for a moment. For people who have experienced sexual trauma, sex can be a hindrance to intimacy and bonding. I can relate to Kelly, as we have discussed this before.
Just who appointed you arbiter of Christianity?
I'm not anti-abortion. Far from it. I just enjoy honest inquiry, and honest answers to difficult questions: it's the only way truth is discovered. I did appreciate all of your comments!
I was engaged to an atheist for four years and he would make it his mission to get his atheist friends bright glittered merry Christmas cards with the nativity scene in it.
This comment sounds like you are really certain (a 2) that a Creator doesn't exist, partially because, if so, you don't like the Creator's morals. Am I understanding that right?