Why do atheists believe in other objective moralities when there is no scientific evidence supporting them?
Atheists don’t believe in anything that cannot be scientifically proven, yet I often notice online and locally, atheists believing in other objective moralities such as helping the sick, helping the poor or believing racism is wrong, stealing, murder and so on. All of these things are moral objectives yet none of these things can be scientifically proven to be an objective morality.
Religions are the same, in that they set the god/s as their objective morality. Atheists refuse this objective morality on account of there being no evidence but support other moral objectives which too lack in evidence.
This line of reasoning doesn’t make much sense to me.
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