When you raise the issue of morality, if there is no supervisory being, what do we base morality on? Is it based on who has the might at a given time, who is in power? If there is no order to the universe … then who determines what is right or wrong, what is moral or immoral?Mark that down: the problem with non-religious morality is that it appeals to brute force, to the principle of might-makes-right. Got that? Okay. Now here’s what Sharpton says only seconds later:
There is nothing immoral if there is nothing in charge.You see? We need God because we need someone in charge. You know, someone really powerful, someone truly mighty, who will tell us what to do.
Need I say more? Nah, I already did.