But how does he justify his notion that some things are good and some things are evil when in the atheistic world-view everything just amounts to different combinations of matter in motion? What sense does it make to think that matter in motion is not behaving as it 'ought" to?
Exactly, that is exactly what was going through my mind all last night. How can he define morality without a superior being, because we all know that without God, that man is shiftless, a beast of his own desires and want, and when one man cannot tell what another man to do with his life because that other man's "beliefs" are subjective to the other.
posted on 09/17/2012 8:43:31 AM PDT
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