chapter  Chapter 7
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Erik J. Wielenberg's Second Rebuttal

ByErik J. Wielenberg

In this chapter, Wielenberg argues that Craig's model is implausible because it implies that a person is not obligated to lift a finger to stop a million holocausts, if such a thing were possible, unless God commanded that person to do so. Also, in response to Craig's criticism of his Platonic sounding claims, Wielenberg clarifies which Platonic claims he is making and which he is not. He also argues that, according to Craig's model, psychopaths both do and do not have moral obligations, thus implying that Craig's model is incoherent.