Where does morality come from?
Here is a question you can’t answer, if there is no GOD where does morality come from? Everyone agrees that some things are immoral like stealing, murder and torturing babies for fun. How could everyone believe the same thing morally if there was not a divine standard of morality? Morality couldn’t have evolved through Darwinism because people who are immoral get ahead more than people who are immoral, so immorality would have the advantage!
This is why atheists are evil. You have no morality other than doing what you think feels good. If you think it would be fun to s**k some skanky old man’s d**k you don’t even know on the bus you go ahead and do it! Why not? There’s no sin, right?? The greatest evils come from atheism like promisicous sex, abortion (baby murder), gay, rape and blasphemy.
Despite what you apparently think, I have no problem answering your questions.
Let me begin by denying your premise that “Everyone agrees that some things are immoral like stealing, murder and torturing babies for fun.” How can people all agree that stealing and murder are immoral when people don’t even agree on the definitions of “stealing” and “murder”? Is keeping $20 you found on the ground stealing? Or taking home pens from work? Or not telling a store that they under charged you? And is capital punishment murder? Or killing civilians during military action? Or denying someone life-saving help? Not everyone would answer these questions in the same way. Even the Bible has examples of God’s people doing what some would consider to be stealing and murder (the Jews took Egyptian wealth with them when they escaped into the desert, and they also killed the children of some of their enemies).
You’re on pretty solid ground with everyone condemning not torturing babies for fun, but only if you don’t include performing scientific experiments as “torturing for fun” and realize that some people don’t consider some races’ children to be any better than animals. Even so, we are genetically hard-wired to protect children, so feeling that harming children is bad is hardly surprising.
You also may be forgetting that there are some people who have no moral sense. Unless you have a good reason for specifically excluding sociopaths from your statements, then your global generalizations don’t hold water.
Even if it could be shown that there is a global morality, I disagree that morality couldn’t have evolved. There might be advantages to an individual in immoral behavior, but there is a large group benefit to consistent morality. Evolution could certainly preserve such a benefit.
I’m not going to dignify your rant about the evils of atheists with much of a reply, save to say that there are plenty of non-atheists who practice the “evils” you name. I also hasten to point out that there is significant disagreement about when some of the items you mention — namely promisicous sex, abortion, homosexuality, and blasphemy — are immoral.