Thursday, March 20, 2014

William Lane Craig: Theism, Atheism, and the Need for an Explanation of Objective Moral Values and Duties

Human beings tend to believe that certain actions are morally right and that other actions are morally wrong. If atheism is true, however, objective moral values and duties are illusory.

In the following video, William Lane Craig compares the explanatory power of theism and atheism with respect to objective moral values and duties.

1 comment:

  1. There are no objective moral values. Objective morality is illusory. We all do whatever we want...the aggregate of all our wants...moment to moment.

    Our sense of ought is part of the mechanism by which social animals behave socially.