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Well yes I wouldn't expect you to see your argument for morality to be anything less than what you claim ,the argument you're making is the one made famous by St Augustine of Hippo I've done it before and i have no intention of doing so again as it always goes the same way .
How do you make your claim about morality and it's source without citing a god , the morality of the Christian god can only be known by the word of god and his deeds which are indeed claimed to be in the bible ?
Ok let's leave the choices to one side for the time being ; my claim has as much validity as your claim .
You say ...... I never heard someone come up with that analogy. However, I do think that evil is a privation of good and not a stand alone thing.What I mean by that is that there can be good without evil but there can't be evil without good......
I can take your statement and say ...... However, I do think that good is a privation of evil and not a stand alone thing.What I mean by that is that there can be evil without good but there can't be good without evil
That statement is equally valid , also the way you and fellow believers know your god is good is through the bible , I can demonstrate that your god is evil using the very same source .
If I can demonstrate this as being the case why should your claim be taken more seriously ?