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Fr. Barron: No Good Without God

Morality and God.

One of the most common observations made by opponents of religion is that we don't need God in order to have a coherent and integral morality. Atheists and agnostics are extremely sensitive to the charge that the rejection of God will conduce automatically to moral chaos. Consequently, they argue that a robust sense of ethics can be grounded in the consensus of the human community over time or in the intuitions and sensibilities of decent people.
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Mary De Voe said...

Pelagians believe that there is salvation without Christ, that man's good works will bring him to heaven without being redeemed by Christ.
God was sinned against in the Garden and God needs to be justified by God in Jesus Christ. Man cannot justify himself before God.

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