I’ve had versions of the following conversation with college students more than once, and it always makes me chuckle.
After seeing a student frantically rummaging through a (worthless, overpriced) textbook, I approach the student and ask what’s on tap for the day. The student responds, “I have an ethics test today.”
Isn’t every day in one’s life an ethics test?
With that question in mind, here is the newest Prager U course — “If Good and Evil Exist, God Exists.” Where do moral good and evil come from? In this video, Peter Kreeft, distinguished professor of philosophy at Boston College, provides the viewer with numerous options. Is it evolution? Reason? Conscience? Human Nature? Utilitarianism? Or perhaps, is it something “higher”?