Tag Archives: Moral Argument
See also: Is the Moral Argument Unbelievable?
Jewish history records that Alexander Janneus had 800 of his enemies crucified at his palace while forcing them to watch the execution of their wives and children.… Read more
If you’re a New Atheist don’t have a conniption. Questions like this often arise in debates about atheism and morality; it is important to clarify why some theists believe that morality provides evidence against atheism. But of course you can (and almost certainly do) condemn genocide and barbarism.… Read more
William Lane Craig has some interesting interviews with the Centre of Public Christianity. In the first interview Craig argues that New Atheists should be more downcast; he gives two provocative reasons. The first is practical – New Atheism is on the wane.… Read more
A: My answer is “there are laws.” There are the laws of nature we discussed in part one; but there are also moral laws.
Q: But scientists and philosophers have explanations for those, don’t they?… Read more