Two recent conversations have caused me to re-evaluate the moral argument for God’s existence. The first conversation was a recent interview I had with Dr. J. P. Moreland on his new book, Scientism and Secularism. One of his points, which you can hear at the end of the interview, was that we can know some moral truths more confidently than scientific truths.

The second conversation was actually multiple conversations with a group of atheists on Twitter. There were many statements that they made about the moral argument that simply did not characterize the Christian view accurately. This caused me to think about a better way of explaining the moral argument for God’s existence to clear up any confusion. Enjoy!

Mentioned in the Show:

You can follow the Coffeehouse Questions Podcast and have it automatically downloaded to your device by subscribing on iTunes. If you don’t have iTunes, find the podcast and follow on SoundCloud or search “Coffeehouse Questions with Ryan Pauly” on your Android podcast player. Finally, if you’d rather stick to the radio, you can listen to the show on 100.1 KGBA every Saturday night from 9-9:30 PT.

Like the Facebook page or follow on Instagram to interact with Ryan and his guests on future shows. Your questions and comments help to make the show more interactive. So, send in those questions at, FacebookTwitterInstagram, or by text at (714) 989-6927 (Google Voice number for texts only).