Why the Prager-Shermer Debate Will Go Essentially Nowhere - The Objective Standard

Dave Rubin reports that Dennis Prager has agreed to engage with Michael Shermer on the subject of “God, murder, and morality.”

https://twitter.com/RubinReport/status/852295252887052288

Unfortunately, this discussion is unlikely to make any headway in answering the important question of whether secular, objective morality exists—and, if so, how people can know it.

Here, in essence, is how I suspect the discussion will go down: . . .

Endnotes

1. Michael Shermer, The Science of Good and Evil (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2004), 241, 244.

2. Shermer, The Science of Good and Evil, 244.

3. Shermer, The Science of Good and Evil, 244.

4. Shermer, The Science of Good and Evil, 240–241.

5. Shermer, The Science of Good and Evil, 252.

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