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GOD: new evidence


Can we be wrong about right and wrong?

(Beyond Ourselves #20)

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Can we be wrong about right and wrong?

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If we can be wrong about right and wrong, there must be something more to right and wrong than what a particular society says, or what a particular individual believes. There must be something outside the individual or the society that makes things right or wrong.

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