In this session, Professor Beckwith defends the view that if there is a moral law, that it can best be accounted for by the God of theism. That is, if morality is objective and absolute?that there are real moral principles? This seems to suggest the existence of a moral lawgiver, a Being in whom the moral law is grounded. Key Words: Do Ethics Need God? - Frank Beckwith, Ethical absolutes, Christian theism and morality
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