What do we mean when we say that God is good? If I’m right, we shouldn’t mean that God is morally good.
In this episode I explain why it’s best not to think of God as morally good, and why it’s also best to maintain a clear distinction between moral and non-moral goodness, and in doing so deflate some objections to divine command ethics.
- Brief thoughts about God’s freedom to command
- Episode 041: The Epistemological Objection to Divine Command Ethics
- Confusing the Good and the Right
- Reasonable Faith LA
- Kant: There is no such thing as coincidental righteousness