Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Atheists and Believers Both Have Moral Compasses, but With Key Differences

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This shows a man holding a bibleAtheists are more likely to believe the morality of an action based on its consequences, while theists are more inclined to endorse moral values that promote group cohesion. Both believers and non-believers share moral values related to protecting vulnerable individuals and liberty versus oppression, a new study concludes.