Can you be good as an atheist or agnostic? The answer to that question is yes, of course, according to Dr. Frank Turek, founder and president of cross-examined.org and co-author of “I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist.”
Turek argues that the more basic issue is how do you know what is “moral” on the basis of a subjective understanding of good and evil? If morality is simply whatever any individual thinks it is, then it is nothing more than opinion.
And when morality is whatever any particular individual thinks is right “for them,” there is no way anybody can logically claim to be correct except by imposing force. That’s what political philosophers describe as “anarchy:”