Black Spirituality Religion : Do you have to be Religious to be Moral or ethical?

frankster

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The footing for what is moral and what is immoral has been forever on constantly shifting sands and will likely remain so. What I maintain as an absolute moral action you may find abhorrent or ludicrous and vice versa.
Is it moral to eat cow if your hungry? Ask a Hindu.
Is it moral to go about without ones head covered? Ask a Sikh.
I could go on but you get the idea, what is seen as moral behavior depends on who is doing the looking. Just ask, if you could, a Mayan.

Is there no universal right or wrong, regardless of time and or place?
 

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Looking at it dispassionately from arms length it does all seem some sort of squishy moral relativism doesn't it?
I believe their is an internal universal compass of what is right and wrong and like James says it is often "block" by such things as place, times, culture or disease you experience....the closest word we have to describing such a thing is conscience.

The question is it universal?
and is the same regardless place, time, culture and specie?

Maybe we should define what is meant by right and wrong..
 
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