Morality: Who Needs God?

Morality_Who_Needs_God_(medium)_(english)This question of where does Morality arise, has followed me around my life like a mosquito on a long walk in the forest.  It seems there is no end to the discussion and no way of getting away from it.

Here below is a great discussion of the question so well ignited by Dostoevsky’s comment, “Without God, everything is permitted.”

At first glance, this statement may not make sense. Everything is permitted? Can’t there be a morality without an infinite God?

If you are a person or analytical mind, you will likely enjoy this thought provoking though brief discussion as it begins below. ……………………

Perhaps some of the confusion is due to a murky definition of morality we owe tohannibal_cannibal moral relativism. Moral relativism maintains that there is no objective standard of right and wrong existing separate and independent from humanity. The creation of moral principles stems only from within a person, not as a distinct, detached reality. Each
person is the source and definer of his or her subjective ethical code, and each has equal power and authority to define morality the way he or she sees fit.   Read more below…………

http://www.aish.com/sp/ph/48959701.html?mobile=yes

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