094: Moral Facts Must Be Grounded

Jun 20, 2019 | Apologetics, Ethics, Philosophy, Podcast

Are moral facts obvious, and if so, can they be accounted for objectively? That’s the question before us in this week’s episode of the Steve Schramm Show.

We’ll take a look at what philosophers mean by the notion of “intuition” and make the case that objective moral values and duties do, in fact, exist, and require a metaphysical grounding in order to be meaningful.

Then, we answer questions about scientific evidence for God and how Satan was “allowed” to tempt Jesus.

This week’s questions:

  • Q: This is a genuine question for Christians: if there is no scientific evidence for a Christian God (or any God for that matter), then what makes you continue to be faithful?
  • Q: How was Satan allowed to tempt Christ when he was in the desert for 40 days? Didn’t Christ, being the son of God, have power over evil?

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