Atheist: “” I will rob this bank because I think the bank is bad and my actions will be for the “greater good.” I will shoot anyone in my way because what is a handful compared to the thousands I can help?”
THAT’s atheism’s moral relativity.
Hey idiot! How many times I’ve told you not to discuss ethics? You don’t know what you’re talking about. “Greater good” and “relativity” aren’t even in the same category. “Greater good” is a simplification of utilitarianism, which stems from consequentialism and “relativity” isn’t even a term in ethics. You mean relativism, which again, is an umbrella term that encompasses a number of diverse views. You like to pin normative relativism on atheists and as you make obvious in your imbecilic response, you like to conflate terms without knowing their meaning. In short, if an atheist is a relativist, he’s likely not a utilitarian; if an atheist is a utilitarian, he’s not a relativist.
Also, as I’ve told you plenty of times before, there are more options available to us (read here and here to witness spankings of Christians who are smarter than you; read here to see the plethora of options we have); we’ve been through this, but since your attention is extremely selective, you haven’t the ability to learn anything. Or perhaps you don’t like to read. Tough luck; if that’s the case, don’t bother engaging in these sort of debates. I guess you just can’t accept the fact that an atheist is smarter than you. Live with it or step your game up! If not, shut your stupid face; you don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.