Good Without God: Is God Necessary for Morality? Kile Jones vs. David Wood




Published on May 5, 2013
Can we be good without God? In one sense, we obviously can, for we can all do things that human beings regard as "good," whether we believe in God or not. But in a deeper sense, moral judgments presuppose objective moral values, moral duties, and responsibility for our actions, and some thinkers are convinced that such presuppositions are inconsistent with Atheism.

In this debate, Kile Jones and David Wood discuss two different views of the relationship between God and morality.

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