|Sent on:||Monday, July 29, 2013 8:46 AM|
Posted: 27 Jul[masked]:45 PM PDT
Christians and other religious people often argue that God is required for absolute morality. The agument usually goes something like this:
1.If there is no God then there is no absolute morality
2.If there is no absolute morality then morality must be relative
3.If morality is relative then evil is only a stance and thus does not really exist
Does anyone have any good counter arguments?
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