Cahn's "God and Morality" Book Review by ResearchRiter

Cahn's "God and Morality"
A review of the main arguments of Steven Cahn in "God and Morality".
# 127747 | 250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (American) , Philosophy (Religion) , Religion and Theology (General)

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This paper discusses basic assertions made by Steven Cahn in "God and Morality," including a reference to Plato's "Euthyphro".

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"In Steven Cahn's "God and Morality", he makes basic assertions that disassociate religion from morality. He argues, for example, that morality does not rest on belief in an all-powerful all-knowing all-good God and that even if such a God were to exist, we might not be capable of understanding what His will is with respect to our actions. Moreover, there is no way to settle the issue since world religions' holy writings disagree, and human moral intuition is fallible. Cahn cites Plato's..."

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