Axiological Argument

Is God Real? God is the Best Explanation for Objective Moral Laws – Christian Article

We live in a world populated with self-evident, objective, transcendent moral laws. “It’s never OK to torture babies for fun” or (my new favorite from a blog reader) “It’s never OK to torture non-believers just because you don’t like them?” are two examples of such transcendent laws. How do we account for laws such as these? Their existence points to a reasonable inference: the existence of a Transcendent Moral Law Giver. But there are other alternatives typically offered by those…

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How Objective Moral Laws and Obligations Points to the Existence of God (Video) – Christian Article

J. Warner Wallace, author of God’s Crime Scene, discusses the nature of the universe and the evidence for God’s existence. Do objective moral laws and obligations exist? If so, what is the best explanation for their existence? Can moral laws and obligations be explained from “inside the room” of the natural universe, or does the best explanation lie “outside the room”? For more information about this “inside” or “outside the room” approach to the evidence in the universe, refer to J.…

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Is God Real? Common, Objective Moral Standards Are an Evidence of God’s Existence – Christian Article

The Axiological Argument for the existence of God relies on the existence of objective, transcendent moral truths (i.e. “It’s never morally permissible or virtuous to torture babies for fun”). But not everyone agrees these truths exist in the first place, even though they often seem self-evident. Many who do accept the existence of transcendent moral truths still deny a transcendent moral truth Giver. Some skeptics believe these moral truths come from our evolutionary development as a species, are embedded in…

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Is God Real? Evidence for God from Objective Moral Truth – Christian Article

There are several compelling arguments for the existence of God, and many of them are rooted in science (i.e. thee Cosmological Argument) or philosophy (i.e. the Transcendental Argument). Sometimes these disciplines are foreign to our everyday experience, however, and not many of us are prepared to debate (or even describe) scientific details or esoteric philosophical concepts, especially as they might be related to God’s existence. Another set of evidences may be far easier to assess and communicate. Is God real?…

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