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Morality and Human Nature: Why Atheists Get It Right and Wrong (Part 2)

Morality and Human Nature: Why Atheists Get It Right and Wrong (Part 2)

Atheists who believe it’s good to maximize human well-being cannot support that position with evidences or with reason, but only with prejudice and sentiment. In today’s post, the continuation of a topic I started two days ago on morality and human nature, I will try to explain and defend my reasons for saying so. I’ll begin by quoting some comments from recent threads, which I find to be typical among believers in naturalistic evolution. I believe we can use a…

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Judging God, Punishing Ourselves

Judging God, Punishing Ourselves

Here is the great spiritual tragedy of our day: we’ve taken on the role of judging God; and for his “crimes,” we’re punishing ourselves. Jeremiah 2:5 (NKJV) reads, Thus says the Lord: “What injustice have your fathers found in Me, That they have gone far from Me, Have followed idols, And have become idolaters? A look in the Hebrew dictionary reveals that idols and idolaters could be translated futilities or vanities and futile or empty, which brings it into the…

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