I apologize for the delay in getting this thread posted, gang. I suppose as I was co-host it was down to me, and I just flaked.
The morality question is one I have always found bizarre that Christians want to turn into tis profoundly difficult and inexplicable concept without bringing a deity into the mix. The thing is, when you back them up against the wall, you find (as I think I did in my line of questioning one caller) that they do not really, deep down, believe that it is impossible for them to understand differences between right and wrong unless they are constantly accompanied by a God, holding their hands like lost children, and telling them at each and every instance “This is right” or “This is wrong.”
And yet everything they have been taught to believe insists that they cling to that narrative. So cling to it they do, even after it has been shown to be entirely unnecessary.
I also wish they’d look up what “objective” means. If morality is based on the edicts of a deity, then it’s not objective.
Feisty show, anyway.