“While a naturalist or an atheist may choose to be a moral person, their Worldviews provide no compelling rational reason why one should not be amoral. Reason simply does not dictate here. Pragmatism and personal preference may, but reason alone doesn’t allow one to defend one way over another.”

One thought on “Ravi Zacharias, The Grand Weaver, pg. 187

  1. Of course there are compelling reasons to behave morally without religion. It makes it easier to get along in the world with other people, especially my family and friends. People are social animals. Acting immorally, would make one pretty lonely.Plus, are you saying that you think so little of other human beings that they would immediately start stealing and raping and murdering if they suddenly found out there definitely was no god?Really?

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