Mcbryer And Objective Morality

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I think the arguments made by McBryer are invalid because I believe that there is nothing like objective morality. However, reasonable individuals can agree on what is moral or not. The main problem with the arguments made by McBryer is they fail to take into consideration the fact that reason counts for little when morality is inspired by religion. Morality based on religion usually diverts from what most people would consider moral. For example, how can one convince a devout Muslim that it is wrong to deny girls education? In arguing his case, McBryer gives a list of things that many people would consider as opinions but which he believes are moral facts. McBryer fails to consider the fact that an opinion, which is a personal view about an
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