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If most societies recognize an innate moral law, can we legitimately deduce a divine Lawgiver? Exploring approaches by Kant, Murdoch, Wittgenstein, and others, Byrne discusses the character of moral interpretation, probes the relation of religion to mores, and assesses historical attempts to reason directly from ethical principles to God's existence. 178 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
Peter Byrne takes a critical look at the traditional attempt to interpret religion in moral terms. He discusses the general character of moral interpretation, probes the relation of religion to morality, and assesses historical attempts to reason directly from the basis of morality to the existence of a personal God. His work clearly demonstrates the strengths of a moral approach to religious faith and the surest method for building a cogent moral argument.