Matt Dillahunty, the Apostate Prophet, and Morality
A popular atheist theory of morality claims that morality consists of the rules and strategies for reaching certain goals, such as human well-being or flourishing. Versions of this position are defended by Sam Harris, Matt Dillahunty (“The Atheist Experience”), and the Apostate Prophet, and it may be used to prop up secular humanism. But can this moral theory stand up to a little skepticism? Can it account for moral obligation and objective moral value? What happens if someone doesn’t share the relevant goals? David Wood (Acts 17 Apologetics) discusses the issue.
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