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[–] intono 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

care to elaborate?

I don't see how someone unfamiliar with the idea of a god is in any way able to give those "laws" an importance to such a significant degree. I agree that there are some innate moral values (for instance, nobody would willingly eat another human being), but it takes growth and education to become aware of them, and every culture has some variations.

plus, if morality were universal, there wouldn't be any wars.


[–] SalGarza 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

There's both. Universal rules: do not murder, commit adultery, steal unless necessary,

Then there's the law of man which is subject to the times and place.m