Richard Dawkins here lays out the basic premise of atheistic vs religious morality. In his brilliant response he explains succinctly that this is an inherently loaded question. In reality, and in the modern global community that the vast majority lives in, there is no division between the morality of believers and non-believers. There is only the absolutes of the ‘religious good’ that has been rejected by both groups in favour of rational, secular ideas that separate us from the barbaric, primal realities of our theistic past. It’s not about atheists rejecting the religious morality, or theists needing to defend their values, but the utter fact that we all rejected these absolutes, and that someone’s preferences in which gods may or may not be real is actually moot in any moralistic discussions.