In this recent talk given to the Tyndale Fellowship philosophy group at Tyndale House, Cambridge, philosopher Peter S. Williams presents a detailed outline of the meta ethical argument for theism – or, the moral argument for God. He discusses apologetic strengths and weaknesses of the argument as well as his unique approach using atheistic views on morality to support his premises. A good listen for those already familiar with the argument who want to explore it further. This audio is from Peter’s Damaris podcast, found here.
Full MP3 Audio here.