Observations

 

Ah, it’s good to be back. A New Year, a new set of posts…

One of many thoughts I had over the break – concerning the objective reality of morality:

Saying that objective morals don’t exist because they are difficult to apply to certain situations is like saying mathematics doesn’t exist because one can’t solve a particular equation.

Indeed, if morals don’t exist, then there are no moral quandaries.

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5 Responses to Observations

  1. kenetiks says:

    This again is it Jack?

    Welcome back from the break. How were the holidays?

  2. jackhudson says:

    They were really good, though rushed as always. We basically have four separate family celebrations with various branches of the family.

    Seems like a lot of people do these days. How was yours?

  3. Justin says:

    Most all of the atheistic criticisms of God via morality are self-contradictory.

  4. kenetiks says:

    They were really good, though rushed as always. We basically have four separate family celebrations with various branches of the family.

    Seems like a lot of people do these days. How was yours?

    Agreed, it’s difficult to do several Christmases in one day and leads to more than a little angst between sides of the family who want “their christmas” to be “THE christmas” 🙂

    All in all though, ours was pretty good. I got my son his very first train set. I don’t think he was sure exactly what to make of that thing lol.

  5. kenetiks says:

    Most all of the atheistic criticisms of God via morality are self-contradictory.

    Not really.

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