This video features a talk I recently gave at my home church Faith Christian Fellowship entitled "God and Arguments from Morality." In the talk, I present a version of the Moral Argument for God's existence, explain why relativism doesn't work and address some common confusions people have when discussing a universal Moral Law.
Here is a brief outline of the talk:
- Two Types of Relativism
- What Makes a Good Argument?
- The Moral Argument
- Every law has a law giver.
- There is a Moral Law
- Therefore, there is a Moral Law Giver
- "Cultures have different values so how can moral values be universal?"
- "Difficult problems in morality prove that there is no universal Moral Law."
- "Some values conflict."
- "Morality is relative to time and culture."
- How Does the Moral Argument Directly Relate to the Gospel?
Apologetics315 has the audio here.
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Courage and Godspeed,