Atheists, If Hitler Was Right, Then Jesus Was Wrong! (...or Vice Versa?)
From: KristinaLovesJesus | Feb 26, 2009 | 109,817 views
1. Every law has a law giver
2. There is a Moral Law
3. Therefore, there is a Moral Law Giver
If the first and second premises are true, then the conclusion follows. If there are moral obligations, there must be someone to be obligated to.
Whoever said that we should help people? Is helping people a universal moral obligation? ...or is it just true for you and not for me?
Whoever said that Hitler was wrong, or right? Where did these moral standards come from?
The evidence is not scientific, but moral in nature. Because we know what's absolutely wrong, there must be an absolute standard of rightness. Without this objective standard, any objection to evil is nothing but your personal opinion. Without an objective standard of meaning and morality, then life is meaningless and there's nothing absolutely right or wrong.
An absolute moral obligation is something that is binding on all people, at all times, in all places. And an absolute Moral Law implies an absolute Moral Law Giver.
To claim to have the "truth" that "no one has truth," is self-defeating. So truth must exist.
To believe in moral relativism is to believe that there are no real moral differences between Mother Teresa and Hitler, freedom and slavery, equality and racism, or love and hate. So moral relativism must be false. If moral relativism is false, then an objective Moral Law exists.
If there is no Moral Law, then no position of any moral issue is objectively right or wrong--including the positions taken by atheists. So by rebelling against the Moral Law, atheists have undermined their grounds for rebelling against anything.
I'm not Catholic. :)
Jesus Christ is Lord! May God bless you greatly! :)
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