Morality has always been a problem for atheists, given that the worldview of atheism is unable to rationally ground the foundations of objective morality:
- Objective moral values
- Objective moral duties
- Accountability for moral choices
- Free will, for making moral choices
- Ultimate significance, in an afterlife
Each of these is not available on atheism, because if atheism is true, then the universe is an accident, human beings are accidents, and there is no design for how humans ought to be, no free will, and no accountability in an afterlife for those who escape consequences for their actions before they die.
So, how can atheists rationally ground objective morality without a Cosmic designer and an objective design for how humans ought to be?
It’s easy. And I will show you how to do it, using some examples.
So, before we see how to rationally ground objective morality…
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