Comment Commentary: Do non-believers not have a "reasoned and valid moral baseline"?

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Before I start, I'd like to introduce this all new (yet not original) post format.

In light of a series of interesting comments on the last post (Why Tolerate Intolerance?), I've decided to dedicate the occasional (slightly more humorous and ranty) 'rambling' to methodically picking apart sentiments expressed in the comment section of this blog which don't sit with me too well. I think it's only fair that if people take the time to write out a structured, sincere, and passive-aggressive novel under one of my ramblings, I take the time to respond too.

Which will sometimes require an entire post.

So, without further delay, I'm going to begin my response to a particular comment by a Mr Philip under last week's post, 'Why Tolerate Intolerance?'...

Somewhat randomly, he starts off:

"Perhaps your label of “extremism” has little discernable meaning without a reasoned and valid moral baseline. At least Christianity and Judaism share a moral baseline which is consistent..." (Read more of this post)

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