I didn't think an example was justified. Just look at almost any page in this thread. It's hard to draw any proper examples of arguments because everything is so fragmented; part of the reason why everyone's misunderstanding each other. But here, going back one a couple pages:Huh? Any danger of an example here? And you're right that morals are subjective, so when has any 'militant atheist presented their own set of equally arbitrary moral beliefs'?
Not the best example, but Cleveland's almost on and time is short. Here is an example of Kodos placing forward a moral/ethical belief that willful ignorance is a low-level evil. Let me make this clear. I am not necessarily disagreeing with this statement, but it is an example of one subjective belief being used as a form of attack on a Christian argument: that God exists.Originally Posted by Kodos
I've made two real points. Let me put them across clearly:
- I argue that the world would not be a better place if everyone woke up tomorrow as an atheist.
- I argue that questions of morality, ethics, good or evil, and right and wrong, are not relevant to the existence or non-existence of a god or gods.
...but I'm a gurl.Sorry mate, I don't mean to be rude, but vague arguments have always annoyed me.