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William Lane Craig's Opening Speech

ByWilliam Lane Craig

In this chapter Craig explains argues that theism provides a sound foundation for the objectivity of moral values and duties whereas atheism does not. He argues that God's character supplies the absolute standard against which all things are morally measured and that our moral duties are constituted by God's will or commands. He argues that Wielenberg's Godless Normative Realism involves extravagant claims which make it very implausible.