7 Fatal Flaws of Moral Relativism

Here is a good article that exposes moral relativism as self-defeating. Of course, I do not agree with the “divine command theory” approach to morality that is proposed by the author, but the critique of moral relativism was worth sharing. The seven fatal flaws of moral relativism | Wintery Knight

Does the Moral Argument Succeed?

“For whenever the Gentiles, who do not have the law, do by nature the things of the law, these, although they* do not have the law, are a law to themselves, 15 who show the work of the law written on their hearts, their conscience bearing witness and their thoughts one after another accusing or evenContinue reading “Does the Moral Argument Succeed?”

The Spiritual and Moral Bankruptcy of Progressive Christianity

Michael Brown writes about his experience with progressive pastor, John Pavlovitz. He then gives a number of other examples and discusses how void of any substance the progressive arguments are. The Spiritual and Moral Bankruptcy of Progressive Christianity

3 Intelligent Atheists Who Became Christians Because of the Moral Argument

Erik Manning provides an explanation of the Moral Argument for the existence of God and then gives specific examples of how effective this argument is among atheists. What an encouraging article. I love to hear conversion stories. I’ve always thought the moral argument might be the weakest of the arguments for the existence of God,Continue reading “3 Intelligent Atheists Who Became Christians Because of the Moral Argument”

C. S. Lewis and 8 Reasons for Believing in Objective Morality

Stephen S. Jordan gives 8 reasons to believe in moral realism — morality is objective and not relative. The absurdity of moral relativism is put on display in quite a comical fashion. C. S. Lewis and 8 Reasons for Believing in Objective Morality