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Are things like numbers, letters, sets and the laws of logic co-eternal with God as uncreated objects?
"Society Says Relativism" undermines social reform. Relativism and Social Reform
Sam Harris is attempting to offer a "scientific" explanation for morality. He's responding to the grounding challenge for naturalism - where do moral values fit in a purely material, physical world? This is a significant challenge for naturalism and atheism since morality is something human beings universally know is real. So any worldview has to be able to account for it or else it's a fatal flaw of that worldview. Harris attempts to explain how science can account for moral values.
Richard Dawkins says no.  “We don’t need to get morals from our religions … We don’t want to find morals from the holy books. We can have our own enlightened secular values.”
Do the laws of logic presuppose God's existence?
Should Christians answer questions that appear to be nonsensical distractions? That is, "If God is all powerful, can he make a rock so big that he himself can't lift it?", and, "Can God make a square circle?"
If knowledge is justified true belief, and if God is all knowing, doesn't that mean God's knowledge must be justified? But if God doesn't take in knowledge or derive his beliefs from reasons, then how could his knowledge be justified?
Doesn't quantum physics undermine the laws of logic that we use to prove the existence of God?
Do you think God is free in the compatibilist sense or in the libertarian sense? If He's free in the libertarian sense, then why couldn't he act contrary to his nature?
Explain the evolutionary argument against naturalism.