The existentialist, on the contrary, finds it extremely embarrassing that God does not exist, for there disappears with Him all possibility of finding values in an intelligible heaven…
If you read the Old Testament with the presupposition that you don’t think the God of Christianity is worthy of worship and/or read it to find ways to shore up your disbelief, it’s easy to make a seemingly coherent appeal that the OT God is simply awful.
Without God, man made morality is meaningless
From knowledge of God’s enlightening truth into the darkness of ignorance and the confusion of depraved minds
I have been involved in and read a few conversations about objective morality lately and, as such conversations often do, they all got fairly convoluted fairly quickly. The reason this happens, generally, is because the person who opposes objective morality… Read More ›
1. If God does not exist, objective moral values do not exist
2. Objective moral values do exist
3. Therefore, God exists
Without God, there can be no morality
The majority of religious skeptics and critics I have spoken with say that they reject Christianity for rational reasons. When I ask them to explain further, they often reveal that their reasons are actually emotional roadblocks.