Moral Subjectivity In the Bible?I came across the following video on my Facebook feed about a week ago from Frank Turek’s page. https://www.facebook.com/drfrankturek/videos/1163327913798730/ In this video we have the challenge being put forward that would suggest God’s morality is subjective, or Biblical Morality is subjective. It is done in the form of a hypothetical that is used rather often, though often within the context of sacrifice, which is how it is taken by Dr. Turek in his response: “If you were told by God to kill a child, and you knew for certain that it was God telling you, wo [...]
God is Known and ExperiencedThe first, and obviously most important context in the hypothetical is the stipulation that it must be known for a fact that God is indeed the one who has given the command to the actor. So, what are the implications of this stipulation?
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