Premises (Claims by Christianity):
- Only through Jesus can you get to heaven.
- Any Christian, regardless of EVIL deeds committed, can get to heaven.
- Any non-Christian, regardless of GOOD deeds committed, cannot get to heaven.

Conclusion:
- Morality is neither sufficient nor required to get to heaven.

With these basic beliefs, how can Christianity claim to be moral?

The above shows that it is amoral. Maybe this is a good counter-question for Christians who can't grasp how an atheist can possibly be moral.

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Yeah, good point... there is no single Christian stance on much.

So i wonder if at least the brands of Christianity which see entrance to heaven as purely faith based would recognize their beliefs to be amoral?
There are long discussions and blogs on the morality of the Bible around here somewhere. Some great points made, but none so clearly as yours! Well done...
Either xtians are in utter disagreement with morality or have a reverse abomination of it! Woot!
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