Can we embrace the Christian ethical framework without belief in God, miracles, and the afterlife?
According to Meyer the decline of faith has occurred in the face of increasing scientific evidence for the existence of God.
“We all sense that there is more than blind, pitiless indifference at work, and I think wrestling with that is the thing we all should be doing.”
As Meyer says, isn’t there something “unstable” about being “pro-“ any faith that you don’t also affirm in objective terms, “that it really happened”?
It’s refreshing to see such intellectual humility from a figure with Peterson’s status. But not all his followers were thrilled.