1. God & Morality: Four Views
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    R. Keith Loftin
    IVP Academic / 2012 / Trade Paperback
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    GOD AND MORALITY: FOUR VIEWS
    October 25, 2016
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    This is the only debate book out there that I know of which digs into the philosophical and theological basis

    for having any morality in the universe at all. Two of the authors are Atheist, and the other two authors

    are Theists. One of the Atheists believes that human nature itself is the reason for morality while the other

    Atheist denies that same reason and states that all moral values in the long run are only arbitrary.

    One of the Theists believes that even if God did not exist, the universe and human nature would dictate

    morality to the human race since morals are independent of God but are still absolute. The other Theist

    believes that morality is derived directly from the existence and nature of God.

    This book is a very tough read. The reader will have to dig down with the authors to understand their own

    reasons on why there is not or there definitely is a binding morality in the universe.

    The authors assume that the readers of this book have had some formal philosophical education.

    For those who had such training, this book is an important read because from it we learn how educated people

    come to disbelieve or believe that there is absolute moral binding truth on the human race.

    Definitely not an easy book, but for those who can read it, a necessary book.
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