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Posted by Mario Dovalina on February 8, 2003 09:12:37 UTC

Oops. Let's try again.

//"Without Bad, who would notice the Good, and who would be able to tell the difference (...) to me, Good and Bad is a perspective thing."//

So you don't believe that God has a moral code of his own, but rather is above one? If good and bad are purely matters of perspective, does that mean that God has no perspective on the matter? (if he had one it would mean morality is not subjective)

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