Why wouldn’t it be enough to say that morality was simply a social construct. Why not just say that society can condemn whatever is detrimental to it? … More Do we need objective morality?
I recently received an insightful question about the Moral Argument. The question was essentially why we should think that God is the foundation for morality? He pointed out that we can experience moral values and duties without reference to God, and we can infer that there must be some metaphysical reality to ground them. This is … More Why Do We Need God for Morality?
In this post you’ll find a couple of quick rebuttals to atheistic arguments against God’s existence in the category of the Moral Argument. The first is a quick argument derived from the Free Will defense and the second is an argument from moral subjectivity (the belief that moral values and duties are relative to each … More Short Rebuttals – Morality and God
This was an interesting video and well edited, but I think what drew my interest the most was the accent that came out of a guy looking like this. He’s got kind of a Kid Rock goes to London vibe. As far as his arguments go, he makes some serious mistakes. The most common mistake, … More Rationality Rules vs The Moral Argument
Moral values and duties can only exist if God exists, and we should believe in morality because of our firsthand experience. … More If You Believe in a Moral Right and Wrong, You Should Believe in God.