"There's no need to delve into the No True Scotsman fallacy. The reason someone can't be killed in the name of atheism is because atheism itself provides no impetus to do anything. There's no dogma, no system, it doesn't tell you…"
"But theism isn't an idealogy. It's the belief in god(s), that's it. Theism itself tells you absolutely nothing about what the god is like, what he/she/it wants you to do, nothing. There's no system to it. It's more or less a…"
"I'm still in the process of working my way through moral philosophy, but I reject the notion of absolute morality, because I don't see how it could possibly be a universal concept.
For instance, suppose a universe exists where there are…"