You Don’t Need Religion to Distinguish Right from Wrong – Challenge Response:

You Don’t Need Religion to Distinguish Right from Wrong - Challenge Response:

You Don’t Need Religion to Distinguish Right from Wrong – Challenge Response:

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6 thoughts on “You Don’t Need Religion to Distinguish Right from Wrong – Challenge Response:

  1. BigThunderMan

    Okay, you're really killing me. First off, we don't see objective moral truths in the world. False claim. Secondly, your categorization of "metaphysical" truth doesn't help you. I refer you to the Euthero (sp) dilemma — is God the source of moral code (might makes right) or is it a standard outside of him/her/it? You're still stuck at square one.

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply
  2. BigThunderMan

    God's law is written on every human heart? Take a basic anthropology course on moral systems, you'll find a wide variance. I'm sorry, but from the first two minutes it's clear you simply aren't broadly educated on this topic, or are willingly deceitful. I'll assume the better, but considering your first two points are stunningly erroneous, I'm scared to watch further.

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply
  3. BigThunderMan

    I watched the first 60 seconds and found the softly spoken and almost gleeful proclamation of "when you look at Stalin, Hitler, etc you find atheistic belief" to be hilarious and wrong. You don't. Basic research can prove this. Scared to watch the rest, but I might as well.

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply
  4. Precious Love

    I can practically smell the stupidity based arrogance in the guys from Stand To Reason.

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply
  5. G mac

    Couple of really good points in this.

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply
  6. Dark Day Ministries

    Best debate on this subject –
    Is God Necessary for Morality? William Lane Craig vs Shelly Kagan Debate

    September 5, 2021 at 3:56 am Reply

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