A universe with a God has no more morality than a universe without one
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Suppose that you do have a God.
He says people should act in certain ways. So what? What makes him right?
And whatever rule you use to determine why his kind of being must be right about such things, how do you know it's correct?
And why is he right about whatever that is?
So, if he'd set moral injunctions different from or opposite to the ones we're used to, those would also be perfect?
He could not, as His moral commands flow from His character.
So, with God, we have objective, knowable, perfect morality. Without God, we have no morality. Thus, you lose the debate.
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