Why don’t atheists have enough moral integrity to admit that without a divine judge of higher power there is no ultimate universal justice?
- 5 days ago
Is ultimate universal justice a real thing? I mean, I can provide examples of civic justice and pure random events that would present just like a deus ex machina.
..what? ....you get the gist of it I think.
( also, regarding moral integrity. Can you think of one single moral behavior that atheists are NOT capable of? Just one. )
P.s. before replying 'praying" or 'believing in god' please note these are necessarily religious or theological behaviors, not moral ones.
- sk8terboy1963Lv 45 days ago
That statement is just like religion as a whole: An assumed conclusion. Nothing more.
- Phil MLv 76 days ago
"Ultimate universal justice"? The universe does not care how moral you think you are.
- RichardLv 67 days ago
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- RaymondLv 77 days ago
Most atheists have more moral integrity than the majority of Americans who claim to be Christian.
- 7 days ago
Of course there is no ultimate universal justice. That in no way excuses violations of ethics.
- Anonymous1 week ago
That feeling of unfairness everyone has will completely disappear on Judgment Day. I promise.
God's desire to show us mercy cannot override the need for justice to be done.
Unbeliever: if you show contempt for God's grace and scorn the gift of eternal life, there is no sacrifice left for you.
Please listen carefully (your life is at stake):
By law, if a guilty party who is sentenced to death, refuses a pardon by an authority willing to give it; the court has no power to force the pardon on the person.
That’s why people must LET God forgive them.
God provided an atoning sacrifice: and He suffered greatly to give it.
Can you imagine sacrificing your own innocent child so some criminal could walk away scott free?
If they don’t take the offer, that means Jesus was tortured in their place for nothing, and the Lord has no recourse to help them.
If my Lord, whom I serve and adore, was brutally murdered in their place - and they CHOOSE to reject this gift - they will deserve what they get. No one will be complaining about how unfair it is.
PS. If you are triggered by this message, let me assure you I don't care about your emotional state, but I do (very much) care about your soul. It is my sacred responsibility to try and save you from the coming wrath of God.
- VeschengroLv 61 week ago
well cos they need to see justice on earth first and freedom from the lies of religion.
- WundtLv 71 week ago
Why don't you have the intellectual integrity to admit you cannot prove anything you claim.
- MordentLv 71 week ago
There *is* no ultimate universal justice, only what we determine to be just. Even something as basic as "don't kill people" isn't universal. Don't kill ANYONE? Not even during war?