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The Christian Poses Tough Questions to the Atheist (3 of 3)

Squirt gun

We conclude our analysis of ten tough questions that a Christian thinks will stump the atheist. This time: objective moral truth, the priority of humans over other forms of life, and the Problem of Evil. [Read more...]

Explanation for Objective Morality? Another Fail.

The evils of gin

In my never-ending quest to find a reasonable defense for the Christian claim of objective morality, I consider the argument of another apologist. [Read more...]

Frank Turek’s Criminally Bad C.R.I.M.E.S. Argument: Morality

Scales of Justice

Turek makes the popular mistake of confusing “morality” and “objective morality.” A dictionary would clear up a lot of Turek’s confusion. [Read more...]

A Flawed Analogy to Morality

Harlequin dexterity puzzle, R.J. Journet (London)

Leah Libresco has hit the ball back over the net in our conversation on morality. I respond to her comments, including a challenge that I am actually appealing to an external standard. [Read more...]

Objective Morality Reconsidered

Is it just me, or is this cute?

Leah Libresco (of Unequally Yoked) has commented on my blog post about objective morality. She raises some good points, which is an opportunity to explore this subject further. [Read more...]

C.S. Lewis on Morality

Statue at Dachau (former concentration camp)

C. S. Lewis wrote on a number of apologetic topics. Let’s consider his thinking on morality. His appeal to objective grounding for morals doesn’t stand up to cross examination, and we can explain morality without this assumption. [Read more...]

Understanding Morality—It’s Really Not that Hard

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


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