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Originally posted by SystemResistor
I think morality and codes of conduct are best measured by thier results. If the world is chaotic and painful, and we obey a certain set of pre-defined moralistic constructs, then we can assume that our morality is false, and thus, either there is no God, or, that we obtained our morality from a false one.
Originally posted by traditionaldrummer
Originally posted by spy66
Adam and Eve, was for the first time in their life faced with a moral choice. "Who to believe in"
Adam and Eve were also subject to and operating on Divine Command. They were told what to do and what not to do arbitrarily. Does this make eating the fruit "immoral" and not eating it "moral" simply becaue God decreed it?