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    What are they?
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    23 Oct '17 22:03
    Originally posted by @whodey
    What are they?
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    23 Oct '17 23:27
    Originally posted by @whodey
    What are they?
    Do you mean "An atheist's morals"?

    Atheist morals is non-sensical.

    Like asking what is the favourite colour of stamp-collectors.
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    24 Oct '17 04:42
    Originally posted by @whodey
    What are they?
    Whatever the particular individual prefers.
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    24 Oct '17 06:51
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Whatever the particular individual prefers.
    That is not the case. I would have thought you'd have understood this by now.
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    24 Oct '17 07:16
    Originally posted by @avalanchethecat
    That is not the case. I would have thought you'd have understood this by now.
    Are you saying that an atheist is not allowed to have a moral preference? 😲
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    24 Oct '17 07:59
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Whatever the particular individual prefers.
    I see you answer on this thread about atheism.
    (A topic you know nothing about)
    Rather than answer on the Christian morals thread.

    Why would that be?
    Insecurity again?
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    24 Oct '17 08:28
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    I see you answer on this thread about atheism.
    (A topic you know nothing about)
    Rather than answer on the Christian morals thread.

    Why would that be?
    Insecurity again?
    The question was already answered on the other thread. I see you dodged the question again.

    Why would that be?
    Insecurity again?
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    24 Oct '17 13:09
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Are you saying that an atheist is not allowed to have a moral preference? 😲
    Can Christians, to your way of thinking, exercise their personal preference as to whether they believe capital punishment is morally justifiable or not morally justifiable?
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    24 Oct '17 15:09
    Originally posted by @whodey
    What are they?
    Not fueled by fear of eternal torment, that's for sure.
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    24 Oct '17 20:37
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Are you saying that an atheist is not allowed to have a moral preference? 😲
    He's saying that they are so non-monolithic and so fiercely individualistic that they cannot be stereotyped. No common position is easier to defend.
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    25 Oct '17 09:471 edit
    Originally posted by @fmf
    Can Christians, to your way of thinking, exercise their personal preference as to whether they believe capital punishment is morally justifiable or not morally justifiable?
    If depends whether or not the Bible is clear on the matter.
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    25 Oct '17 13:03
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    If depends whether or not the Bible is clear on the matter.
    So, in that case, can Christians exercise their personal preference as to whether they believe capital punishment is morally justifiable or not morally justifiable?
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    25 Oct '17 14:01
    Originally posted by @fmf
    So, in that case, can Christians exercise their personal preference as to whether they believe capital punishment is morally justifiable or not morally justifiable?
    If the Bible is clear on the matter personal preferences don't matter since the Bible has the final say.
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    25 Oct '17 14:04
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    If the Bible is clear on the matter personal preferences don't matter since the Bible has the final say.
    So what's your personal preference/personal interpretation of the Bible with regard to the matter of governments executing their citizens?
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