In atheism everything is permissible

This is what the theists think is their victory call as they genuinely believe that without moral guidance you can do whatever you like, as much as you like as you’ve no one to answer to. I’ve read some disturbing claims by theists recently that atheism not only doesn’t condemn, but actively encourages and promotes rape, incest and even acts of bestiality. Correct me if I’m wrong here, but that’s an extremely insensitive accusation. Just because someone has taken the decision to walk alone and face what life delivers without faith in a divine being doesn’t for one moment mean that they have no emotional or moral boundaries. Some things are intrinsically wrong and it’s rational to feel that it’s not normal on every level.

“Compassion is the basis of morality.” – Arthur Schopenhauer

I’ve started suspecting that it’s the theist’s way of talking about taboo subjects without the guilt of committing them, as more often than not they involve some form of perverted sexual activity, murder or hedonistic lifestyle. They tend to focus on the most inhumane actions and it’s quite disturbing to think that they’re willing to attack whatever it is you define atheism as. It’s not a philosophy, or an ideology, it’s not a cult or part of the occult , it’s also not a world view or a religion. It’s rejecting belief in gods. It’s no more than that and to generalise in such a despicable way shows that it’s the theists that struggle with urges and they need their faith to retain the walk along the tightrope between SIN/GLORY.

Before you call yourself a Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu or any other theology, learn to be human first.” – Shannon L. Alder

What disturbs me the most about this ever-growing mindset is that my only interest in gods is the history of theology. I’m well read of various Eastern philosophies that focus on virtuosity, that’s often being one with nature and embracing all sentient life as we are here just once. Or many times in some philosophies, but somehow they all understand the structure of ethics, and how to determine what’s moral and what isn’t. They mostly do this without any faith in gods. If they have faith in anything it’s that humanity will learn to cohabitate without confrontation for difference of opinions. It’s a person’s own self-interest to question everything, and I mean everything. Just because someone tells you something is good, it may be very bad for someone else. We don’t live in a black and white world where this preset is right and that preset is wrong

“… what you think is right isn’t the same as knowing what is right.” – E.A. Bucchianeri

This notion that theists somehow think that their god who’s existence cannot be ascertained is somehow a universal and objective provider of morality is absolutely nonsensical? Take Yahweh as an example. The levels of brutality he’s responsible for in the Old Testament depicts him as a savage god of its time not someone who you can look up to for guidance. If worshipping a monster gives you a sense of righteousness and purpose then you need to step back and re-evaluate being human.

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