Where does an atheist draw his moral values from? What is right for an atheist at one place is wrong for another at another place. What is right for an atheist at one time, is wrong at another time. This makes an atheist's moral ground extremely relativistic, and in the process he can justify any deed as good or bad according to his whims. This leads to a world of exploitation because the powerful is always going to find a justification to exploit the weak, and will not feel guilty about it because in their relativistic morality, they are always right.
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