William Lane Craig Doesn’t Believe in Objective Moral Values

William Lane Craig has linked the existence of God to the existence of objective moral values. He’s also given us a definition for those values, but is that definition objectively true? Let’s put it to the test. [Read more…]

Why We Disagree on Moral Issues

Back and forth we go, arguing about who’s right on moral issues. I know of no easy solution to that problem, but I can offer insights into WHY liberals and conservatives differ. The key is seeing the individual components of morality. [Read more…]

Can a Moral Person Be a Carnivore?

One moral problem that I seem to be on the wrong side of is eating meat. How can I justify it? (How can you?)

But there may be a solution.

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How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? Geisler and Turek’s Moral Argument (Part 4).

We conclude our critique of the moral argument in “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist.” [Read more…]

How Much Faith to Be an Atheist? Geisler and Turek’s Moral Argument (Part 3).

We continue exploring the moral argument in “I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist” (3 of 4) [Read more…]

Morality’s Ruby Slippers

Christianity makes a grand show of giving us morality, meaning, and purpose. But it simply gives us back what had always been ours. [Read more…]

Understanding Morality—It’s Really Not that Hard

When apologist Greg Koukl critiques atheist morality, it’s hard to imagine that he’ll get so many things wrong. [Read more…]

William Lane Craig Doesn’t Believe in Objective Moral Values

William Lane Craig has linked the existence of God to the existence of objective moral values. He’s also given us a definition for those values, but is that definition objectively true? Let’s put it to the test … [Read more…]