Evil And The Ordinary Man

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Philosophy

 

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Renee H

 

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August 4, 2015

 

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University

 

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One of the distasteful consequences of this doctrine is that it denies the reality of sin. If this is true, there is no objective immorality since the standard of ethics is not based on an unchanging element (God) but on the decisions of the culture and environment where one is situated. Morality becomes relative and arbitrary...
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Morality becomes relative and arbitrary. As the twentieth century dawned, the world has witnessed a “resurrection of theism”, as philosopher William Craig aptly puts it. After the Death-of-God theologies which sprang during the 17th Century, a batch of intellectually acute and brilliant thinkers on the side of theism appears...
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