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Sometimes people claim that the only reason someone is a Christian is because they were born in the United States. In this episode, Alan gives three reasons why such a claim is wrong headed.
Tim explains how many scientists exclude possible conclusions based on philosophical ideas before looking at the evidence.
Questions about being happy in Heaven if people are in Hell, faith as an epistemological method, meeting with LDS missionaries, and whether a lukewarm Christian can be regenerate.
Questions about whether it takes a leap of faith to believe in a self-existent being, whether we need a prophet today, and witnessing to someone who doesn’t believe in the supernatural.
Since God is an individual subject, wouldn’t any morality grounded in Him be subjective rather than objective?
Greg talks about the evidence for the resurrection, then he answers a question about the atheist objection that morality is subjective in Christianity because it depends on God.
Questions about reacting to evil in light of God’s use of evil, whether goodness entails purpose, and how to respond when charged with the “No True Scotsman” fallacy.
We can be good without God, but would goodness even exist without God? Greg explains the argument for God from morality.
Greg answers questions about arguments for moral realism and the moral obligation to accept long-term medical interventions to prolong life.
Greg responds to the charge that divine command morality is ethical subjectivism, then he answers questions about the final judgment and how an atheist might refute the moral argument.