Unjustified Morality

Defense of Faith

“The Bible teaches that God is the Creator of all things (Genesis 1:1; John 1:3). All things belong to God (Ps. 24:1), and thus God has the right to make the rules. So an absolute moral code makes sense in a biblical creation worldview. But if the Bible were not true, if human beings were merely the outworking of millions of years of mindless chemical processes, then why should we hold to a universal code of behavior? Could there really be such concepts as right and wrong if evolution were true?

Now some people might say, “That’s true. Morality is just relative. There’s no such thing as absolute morality, and therefore you should not try to enforce your person moral code on other people!” But when they say “you should not…” they are doing just what they are telling us not to do: enforcing their personal moral code on other…

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