good god provides a spirited defense of the claim that morality requires god as its foundation the authors provide powerful reasons for rejecting the usual philosophical objections to this view and a strong case for the advantages of their view over secular rivals. Moral arguments for gods existence have undergone something of a resurgence in recent years . This book defends an interconnected set of moral arguments for gods existence by arguing that classical theism better explains moral duty freedom and responsibility than naturalism does after furnishing positive arguments in favor of moral apologetics the book defends theistic ethics against a number of objections inspired by the euthyphro dilemma. David baggett phd wayne state university is professor of philosophy in the rawlings school of divinity at liberty university in lynchburg virginia he is the coauthor of good god the theistic foundations of morality god and cosmos moral truth and human meaning and at the bend of the river grand
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