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Letters to a Young Progressive

Romarion Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 11:22 AM
Nope; his point is that for a person to believe in right and wrong, there is an inherent assumption that something must be guiding that moral absolute. The machinations that you must go through to accept right and wrong while denying a Moral Lawgiver are quite fascinating. He does not seem to suggest Christianity is the answer, merely that a Supreme Being seems to be a logical conclusion. If you are interested, read Mere Christianity if you haven't already done so.
wtmoore1 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 1:39 PM
It's absolutely preposterous to say that the absence of God necessarily leads to a moral relativism with no theoretical underpinnings whatsoever. A student who takes Philosophy 101 can tell you that.

Christians are the only ones who struggle with finding meaning in the world without God. Luckily, they don't have to try...
Andy372 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 11:56 AM
Mere Christianity is excellent. Another good one is "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist".

Some say the third time is a charm. So I've tried to be a little more charming in my third book than I was in my first two. Make no mistake about it, though: I'm glad to have written two hard-hitting books on life in the academy. The first was needed to expose the intellectual shallowness of the campus diversity movement. Another book was needed to chronicle the absurdity of campus feminism. But my latest book is written from the heart.

I see kids going off to college and losing their faith every year. I also see them...