Craig vs. Craig on “objective morality”

This week on the Evangelical Realism blog, we wrap up a very confused Chapter 6 with a look at how Christians can use an equivocal definition of “objective morality” to trick people into substituting a superstition-based morality for a reality-based one.


  1. maddog1129 says

    I noticed this part of the linked discussion:

    The real problem here is that Craig is not being consistent in what he means by “objective” morality. He shifts back and forth between several different meanings of “objective” depending on the need of the moment. If he would lay out one consistent definition, then at any given point we could tell what he was talking about.

    that’s the problem through and through with talking to theists. They won’t define their terms and they won’t use them consistently.

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