Are morals biological?

Marc D. Hauser says morality is a product of biology, not religion: For one, some of our moral instincts evolved during a period of human history that looked nothing like the situation today. In our distant past, we lived in small groups consisting of highly familiar and often familial individuals, with no formal laws. Today [Read More...]

Cartoon: Morality comes from God?

Come on guys, morals evolve along with a culture. This is why modern religions pick and chose which passages of their divine books to follow. Click image to enlarge Brother Richard (Props: 123 Religious Comics) [Read more...]

Can we be good without a god?

A couple of weeks ago I was a guest on Fox news radio’s Colonel Ray Show.  The entire focus of the show was where humans get their morals.  This argument is nothing new for we nonbelievers. We hear it repeatedly. The show host was a little upset with me when I asked him, “Do you really believe [Read More...]

Can we be good without a god?

A couple of weeks ago I was a guest on Fox news radio’s Colonel Ray Show.  The entire focus of the show was where humans get their morals.  This argument is nothing new for we nonbelievers. We hear it repeatedly. The show host was a little upset with me when I asked him, “Do you really believe [Read More...]

Weekly Rant: Defending atheist fundamentalism?

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Lunch Break Theater: Dan Barker, "Can You Be Good Without God?"

I’m still steaming from all the recent “atheists have no morals” crap. So today’s Lunch Break Theater is a great speech from Dan Barker. In it he answers the question, “Can You Be Good Without God?“ [Read more...]

Where do morals come from?

How many times must we answer this question? Here’s what I don’t get about Atheism–if you firmly believe there is no God, no afterlife, no cosmic reward or punishment, I would think you have transcended the concepts of “good” and “evil” themselves.  You now no longer have to fear about doing anything according to these [Read More...]


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