> the part about morals, i don¨'t know what you're trying to get at, you don¨'t need
> religion to be a nice caring person helping those in need. in fact, doing that without
> a religious cause means that you care more geniuenly as opposed to someone
> who'd just do it to get to heaven.
If the only reason a person behaves morally is because of fear of eternal retribution in afterlife then this is not a "good" person but simply a frightened one.
See post #96 for a longer discussion about a foundation of morals without a religious base.