Euthyphro Dilemma

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Hello Sir I have a question about the connection between God’s existence and morality. The Euthyphro dilemma summarizes Kant’s argument. Our motivation to obey God’s commands are either moral or not. If moral then the moral motivation to obey God precedes God’s command. In which case, introducing God adds nothing. Lets say your motivation for obeying is not purely moral. E.g Punishment or reward from God. It simply becomes prudent to do it. It is either God adds nothing or he adds the wrong type of motivation. Q.How can God’s existence pose as an obstacle to morality? A.Would it be that God’s existence adds the wrong type of motivation? OR B. Is it somehow linked to Nietzsche’s argument? The one which states that if human beings
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