It’s important to read the article well. The objective moral law claim is addressed in the CS Lewis section.

For someone who thinks he’s familiar with fallacies and points them out in my writing, I find it interesting that you not having “friends" that say that about Atheists or the fact that you don’t know anyone that Christianity makes you more moral, means that it can not be so.

The entire reason Christian Apologists defend Christian moral arguments is that they think that America will become more hedonistic if they won’t. Trump was elected by majority Evangelicals (89% voted for him — conservative estimate) due to the “morality of America declining.” Read some Eric Metaxas, Wayne Grudem, Timothy Keller, or Ravi Zacharias.

I raise your objection in the post. And I clearly state that I am not suggesting that.

Please read more carefully. Thank you for reading.

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