There is no morality in the Bible.<quoted text>
Well I'm a little late coming to this discussion, but why don't you illuminate us all once again.
This was of particular concern: "the only thing I have claimed so far is that there are no moral actions (that we can agree on) that are unique to ether the religious or non-religious, but there are evil actions unique to the religious."
Firstly, moral actions? Are we going from the moral relative point of view, or the moral absolute point of view such as Sam Harris promotes?
And how exactly are the "religious" unique in their moral actions, after you just stated that no moral actions are unique to either the religious or non-religious? But you did use "evil" actions in place of moral, which is telling.
PS: The Jains are vastly superior.
Jainism is based on three general principles called the three Ratnas (jewels). They are:
They are expected to follow five principles of living:
Ahimsa: "non violence in all parts of a person -- mental, verbal and physical." 3 Committing an act of violence against a human, animal, or even a vegetable generates negative karma which in turn adversely affects one's next life.
Satya: speaking truth; avoiding falsehood
Asteya: to not steal from others
Brahma-charya:(soul conduct); remaining sexually monogamous to one's spouse only
Aparigraha: detach from people, places and material things. Avoiding the collection of excessive material possessions, abstaining from over-indulgence, restricting one's needs, etc.