|The Moral Order of the World Points to God|
The so-called “moral argument” gives evidence of God’s existence. But it also points to his goodness and grace.
Interview by Christopher Reese
As far back as the Apostle Paul’s famous speech on Mars Hill, Christian thinkers have been contending for the credibility of the faith. Among contemporary evangelicals, the so-called “moral argument” for God’s existence is one of the most popular. Although the argument comes in a variety of forms, it draws on one central idea: If you’re a moral realist (rather than a moral relativist) who believes in objective good and evil, then philosophically speaking, those ethical ...
Sunday, May 17, 2020
The Moral Order of the World Points to God