The Meta Ethical Argument for Theism MP3 Audio by Peter S. Williams

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.


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Brian Auten is the founder emeritus of Apologetics315. He is also director of Reasonable Faith Belfast. Brian holds a Masters degree in Christian Apologetics and has interviewed over 150 Christian apologists. His background is in missions, media direction, graphic design, and administration. Brian started Apologetics315 in 2007 to be an apologetics hub to equip Christians to defend the faith.

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