Is Objective Morality Possible Without God?

July 11, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

If we affirm that there are at least some objective moral laws (beyond our subjective opinions), the most reasonable conclusion is to believe that there is some sort of Moral Lawgiver. This does not mean that atheists are incapable of being “good.” It means that, if atheism were true (as many atheists admit), nothing would be (objectively) good (or bad).

The Fine-Tuning Argument for the Existence of God [Video]

July 11, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

Scientists have discovered that there are numerous finely-tuned constants and quantities observed in the universe that have to be just right for there to be any life at all. The chances of all of these fine-tuned constants being just right to allow for life on Earth have been calculated to 1 in 10^138. There appear to be only three possible explanations: (1) Necessity, (2) Chance, and (3) Design. Design seems to be, by far, the most reasonable explanation…

The Cosmological Argument [Slideshow]

July 10, 2018 @DannyScottonJr 0

The Cosmological Argument provides some of the strongest evidence for the existence of God. This brief slideshow presents the argument for a spaceless, timeless, immaterial, and plausibly personal cause of the universe — which theists call “God”