Tag Archives: Moral law

Why subjectivism fails

We’ve been talking about whether the foundation of morals are objective or subjective. We theists appeal to an objective standard, an overarching conscience, if you will, that inherently guides all healthy human beings. Naturalist and Materialists believe that morals come … Continue reading

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The Moral Argument

We’ve had a lively discussion on morals in my last post, but it seems to have gotten off track, so I would like to focus in on what the point of my post actually was here (so it doesn’t get … Continue reading

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Where do you get your standard of morality?

I shared a clip last time from a really smart and well-educated scientist who was an atheist and became a Christian (Francis Collins). And part of the reason for his conversion came from the writings of another really smart and … Continue reading

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The sticky thing about right and wrong

One does not need to see the horrific scenes of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to be reminded that the world is not as it should be. It’s far more subtle. It’s ubiquitous yet unseen, tragic yet strangely expected…it’s so…self-reflective. … Continue reading

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