Being moral is in the eyes of the beholder

My immediate reaction at seeing how a religious believer claimed to have answered Christopher Hitchen's challenge to name one moral action performed by a believer that can never be done by an unbeliever was to snort at it and wonder on what planet it could be considered a moral action. What makes "loving a god" any different from "loving (blank)", with the blank filled in with anything? Nothing except for answers that boil down to "just because", which is sorely lacking for someone who doesn't even believe that a god exists (for most definitions of a god).

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