In this seventh and possibly final entry into the argument of morality, we take a look at the theistic answer itself and examine the arguments posed against it.
In the final of naturalism’s answers for the reality of moral truths, we turn to human biology. Its goal: A happy end.
In this extra part of the moral argument series, I want to share a video by one of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century: C.S. Lewis. This video will give us a more in-depth view of the issue of subjective morality than the brief summarization of its problems in pt.4.
In part four of the argument of morality, we examined the problems with a purely individualistic subjective morality. Today, we’ll take this one step further and examine moral relativism based on culture and society.
In part four of our series exploring the moral argument, we’ll take a more detailed look into moral subjectivism.
In part two of our exploration of the argument of morality, we examined the problems of moral truths being facts of human DNA. Today we’ll take this one step further and see if moral truths are facts of our universe.
In part one of our series on the argument of morality, we established the grounds for the argument in that transcendent, objective moral truths do indeed exist. The question to answer now is, how do we account for them? We’ll look at one answer today.
It’s time to introduce a brand new series on the argument of morality for God. This series is going to take a hard look at the argument and its objections. In Pt.1, we need to set the ground.