chapter  Chapter 3
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Erik J. Wielenberg's Opening Speech

ByErik J. Wielenberg

In this chapter Wielenberg explains his position is that God is not necessary for objective morality and argues that his view is more plausible than Craig's. He also argues that Craig's model suffers from many of the same objections that Craig made against his Godless Normative Realism. Wielenberg also points out some problems with Craig's view; for example, that it seems to fail to impose obligations on those who do not believe in God.