Can good and evil reference points exist?
See, this lack of framing for “evil” is where I get so tripped up.
For without a starting point for everything, it all seems quite inconsequential and meaningless.
Why should we assume that random atoms without free-will have meaning?
I do not think there is a great reason to believe that they should.
To the Christian theist, good and evil have a point of reference. With the naturalistic starting point, good and evil are either emotionally sensed or pragmatically driven, both of which fall victim to the reasoning processes of our diverse cultures. This is a glaring inconsistency within naturalism.
-Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale, Why Suffering?