Russell, god

Russell, god - for which God’s decisions being good are...

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John Hild Russell questions Immanuel Kant’s arguments for the existence of right and wrong proving the existence of God. He argues that if the difference between right and wrong is God’s will then God can’t distinguish between right and wrong. If you want to make it true that God is good, the concept of right and wrong must be it’s own principle
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Unformatted text preview: for which God’s decisions being good are unrelated to the fact that he made those decisions. I agree with what Russell says because it is illogical to say that God’s will is good. God also abides to the same regulations of right and wrong as we do, so there is no way for him to decide whether or not his will is good....
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