An ethical code to live by if you’re an atheist

May 27, 2009 at 5:58 pm (Uncategorized)

Apologize when wrong. If wrong, replace that false presumption with one that makes more sense.
Don’t apologize if right. That’s just letting the theists win.
If you don’t know something, don’t make up an answer, admit your ignorance.
Never back down unless theists purport to violence.
Continuously study the Bible. For it is your greatest weapon in an argument. There are some nasty things in there that Christians have no idea about. Really, they should read the manual before accepting membership into the club.
Never give in, never back down.
If you lose an argument, oh well. Just take that as a learning experience. Obviously, if you lose an argument, you don’t know as much as you should, and you shouldn’t involve yourself with arguments. Leave that to the experts.
One last thing: never lie to justify your position. Never pretend to be something or someone you’re not. Doing so is extremely dangerous to one’s mental health.

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