Deriving morality from religion and the Bible is viable?

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  • Deriving morality from ANYTHING false and immoral is an oxymoron.

    There are too many errors, fallacies, evils, and human stupidity contained in the bible to warrant even considering listing them all, here. The fact of the matter is that the bible is clearly the work of ignorant humans written in ancient times. The morality sought by "good" people cannot be derived from a manuscript that literally contradicts each and every one of the moral edicts concerning morality that it contains. Moreover, each and every one of the violations of morality were edicts from the supposed "source" of the manuscript. It is self-contradictory, misogynistic, false, erroneous, immoral, vile, malevolent, and stupid. No, morality cannot be derived from the bible.

  • I don't think so!

    The bible is just something some crazy people came up with way back when. They might have even been killed because they wrote the thing. Problem is, no one can walk on water, no one can multiply food, and NO ONE can cone back from the dead!! I mean, come on, people. Read something better.

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