Ethics are Obsolete

Jun 03, 2019

During the Nuremberg trials the discussion about the culpability of crimes committed by the Nazi's during World War II at times became a frustrated debate while those officiating looked for a moral standard by which to judge. Ravi Zacharias points out that according to beliefs of naturalistic philosophers like Nietsche it would be impossible for them to convict.

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