For the Love of Firebrand Atheism?

For the Love of Firebrand Atheism?   I am a firebrand atheist some call this being militant but I ask you how militant is it just too strongly defend reality from those who wish to impose it be burdened with false claims of things like ghosts, goblins, or god. Being a Firebrand Atheist is about speaking out against harmful ideas, bigotry and lies often used by religions and its followers of god believers it is attacking this very thing of unjustifiable superstitious or supernatural thinking and not directed at the people believing it unless they are actively promoting the harming of others. I wish secularism, not some atheist world domination, although it would be nice if the world collectively woke up to the crazy thought that Naturalism is all there is. I don’t wish some dark place of servitude, to the contrary as a secularist I wish freedom of all religious and nonreligious alike and actively opposed the fanatic theists or religionists from imposing some theocracy oppression they commonly seek. Furthermore, as a firebrand atheist secularist I do not in anyway support harm to believers or removing of rights to freely believe if people so wish but I will boldly call it out as the lies it is. I hate religion ideas as the mind twisting properties they can be I do not religious people, especially ones who live in peace. And what must be understood is not all hate is bad, as the hate of injustice in the positive motivation for justice whereas the hate of people is often the motivation for injustice. And that is the bedrock...

Tenets of Secular Ethics?

Tenets of Secular Ethics?   Secular ethics is a branch of moral philosophy in which ethics is based solely on human faculties such as logic, empathy, reason or moral intuition, and not derived from supernatural revelation or guidance—the source of ethics in many religions. Secular ethics refers to any ethical system that does not draw on the supernatural, such as humanism, secularism, and freethinking. A classic example of literature on secular ethics is the Kural text, authored by the ancient Indian philosopher Valluvar who lived around the 4th and 1st centuries BCE. Secular ethical systems comprise a wide variety of ideas to include the normativity of social contracts, some form of attribution of intrinsic moral value, intuition-based deontology, cultural moral relativism, and the idea that scientific reasoning can reveal the objective moral truth (known as the science of morality). Secular ethics frameworks are not always mutually exclusive from theological values. For example, the Golden Rule or a commitment to non-violence could be supported by both religious and secular frameworks. Secular ethics systems can also vary within the societal and cultural norms of a specific time period.   Despite the width and diversity of their philosophical views, secular ethicists generally share one or more principles: • Human beings, through their ability to empathize, are capable of determining ethical grounds. • Human beings, through logic and reason, are capable of deriving normative principles of behavior. • Human beings have the moral responsibility to ensure that societies and individuals act based on these ethical principles. • Societies should if at all possible, advance from a less ethical, less empathy, and unjust form to...