Morality, Hell, and rambling
I received this message via e-mail:
God uses Hell in the same way. If it was not for Hell, then there would be no punishment for many sins and people would try to get away with everything. Can you tell me why an atheist would be moral, other than accidentally or just feeling like it, without fear of Hell?
Hell: Figment of Human Imagination
Punishment: You cannot blame the sky or paranoia.
Sin: After figuring out what we did wrong, will we as one person, or a group do it again?
Try: To attempt to distance from laziness.
Why: Only lack of experience is a fools reason to ask of this exact three letters.
Can Somebody: Yes!
Moral: Once you stop caring you will loose your humanity that we worked so hard to develop. Unless of course you are a hitler and just a shit crappy person, god or no god.
Feeling: Bodies and brains are composed chemically of magnetic charges.
Hell: It’s good not to go in complete circles. Ellipses are kewl.
Followed a few minutes later by this one:
The universe in essence, is magnetic. K bai. Seriously. Draining. K bai.
The only question I saw in here was about why atheists would be moral without fear of Hell. The simple answer is that there are many reasons an atheist should be moral. For example, it can be demonstrated logically that being moral is the right thing to do. Also, there are pragmatic reasons to be moral, since morality can bring with it many rewards (without the risks associated with the rewards of immorality).