Well BJK; it was you who insinuated that my view was better than anybody else.
Well...the title of your thread is "IS MORAL CORRECTNESS OUTDATED?", and you based your entire thesis on the Ten Commandments. That can only lead to one conclusion.
Your choice not to believe in God is your problem, Is it necessary for me to respect that ? I'm truly sorry; I'd like to say I can but; then I would be denouncing that there is any such existence of God.
That's quite a leap of logic. You're saying that by respecting the fact that I don't believe in God, you are submitting there is no God? Quite to the contrary, most Christians I engage in theological discussion are quite accepting of my atheism. In fact, many claim that their very acceptance of my atheism is a central part of their faith. Why can't you accept it? I'd be willing to wager it is for the same reason why it took me decades to come to terms with my own atheism.
Why is it you fail to contemplate that there are numerous people on the M.S. site that do believe in God.
I don't fail to contemplate that. In fact, I embrace it.
Do you deride them because they do.
Nope. I only object when someone claims that atheism is immoral as a result of their religious beliefs.
If you want to disown the fact that God exist then do you think everybody should accept your mind-frame ?
Absolutely not. I only expect people to understand that morality does not come from God, for without that understanding, I am inferior.
Is it an assault to you that people here have a devotion toward God ?
Nope. It is only an assault to me when people say that I have no morality because I have no God.