"While the grounding of moral systems in both religion and humanism is indeed based on preference (in religion for a particular sect, in humanism for a particular social outcome), this does not mean that the rules in both cases stem from faith."
"While the grounding of moral systems in both religion and humanism is indeed based on preference ...this does not mean that the rules in both cases stem from faith, i.e., strong belief without strong evidence." —
"While the grounding of moral systems in both religion & humanism is indeed based on preference...this does not mean that the rules in both cases stem from faith"
"Insofar as religious morals are subject to scrutiny and revision as society changes, then, as Plato recognized in the Euthphryo Dilemma, they become secular," writes .