In this episode of The Yaron Brook Show, Brook discusses Dennis Prager’s claim that if there’s no God, murder isn’t wrong. Also, he explains why a God-based morality is not only inessential to our civilization, but also detrimental.
In a PragerU video, Dennis Prager claims that if God does not exist, then there is no objective basis for morality. Prager, and those who agree with him, should listen to Objectivist philosopher Onkar Ghate’s talk “Religion and Morality,” in which he argues that it is the belief in God that undermines objective morality. If God is the source of morality, Ghate points out, then murder is good — whenever God says it is.