Speaker: Will Galkin - Non-theists and theists can finally agree about something. The 20th century was one of the bloodiest centuries our world has ever known. Historians approximate 125 million people lost their lives. The world at war abetted the production of weapons of destruction as never seen before. But why is this violence bad? Why should anyone refrain from hurting people? Is there an objective right and wrong? The Moral Argument for God argues that moral law transcends all humanity. This universal higher standard requires a universal lawgiver. This lawgiver, it is argued, is God.
Topics: existence of God