"Absolute evil calls for absolute judgement"View The Key Points Below
Logic is often intuitive, as seen through the "who's taller story. Like logic, morality retains an equally intuitive nature, in that we know universally that some things are wrong, i.e. drowning children.
C.S. Lewis proposes the idea of general morality in Mere Christianity. This is the idea that morality transcends cultural bias as seen through similar moral principles throughout various countries.
There are two objections to the idea of global morality. First, cultures also share negative characteristics. C.S. Lewis states that no one can say something is "wrong" without first knowing what is "right." Second, evolution can explain morality. This is false because morality is the standard by which we judge instincts.
There are two effects of rejecting moral absolutes. First, Rejecting moral absolutes makes activism impossible. Second, rejecting moral absolutes "mutes our moral outrage."
Gives the reader great applications to use in conversations with atheists. Good illustrations to show key points.
Failure to bolster key points with applicable Bible verses. Lack of content on evolution proof.