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In the Astronist philosophy of religion, amoralism is a post-omnidoxical term of Cometanic origin denoting a religion with less of a focus on the creation of a moral code, especially when moral actions are not essential or intertwined with the theology or philosophy of the religion. Moralism is the term used in contrast.
The amoral tradition with Astronism arguably grew from Christianity's overt concern for the management of people's lives and their sexuality which Cometan saw as detrimental to the Christian religion and one of the principal reasons for its modern decline.