doc_loliday wrote:Don't get me wrong, I'm pretty much atheist, more agnostic I suppose. I act morally too, it just depends on whose definition. Man's or God's. This distinction bothers many people. If morality is temporary construct, which it seems to be for most religious people anyway, it's not morality at all. Which it may not be. But if society and our evolution has made rules, that most of us live by and call morality, I can live with that, even if it's not a universal law. It's just strange to realize, it can be disconcerting really. Anyway, I'd like there to be an afterlife, it would seem a waste for there not to be. But this angst is something humans have to deal with, realizing we have to die.
Oh sorry didn't realise your were a atheist/ agnostic, but my question wasn't meant top be aggressive, the religious can wail on about how atheists cant tell right from wrong and whatever but there is no evidence to prove it, just like there is no evidence to prove the reverse of that statement, that with religion you can tell right from wrong.