Alas, here is another PPT I’ve used in some of my lectures concerning axiology and the objectivity of moral values. In this lecture I briefly discuss the deductive form of the moral argument for the existence of God, the distinctions between different ethical theories, and the Euthyphro dilemma. I hope you find the material beneficial and edifying. Please follow through on some of the sources cited in the pages and in the notes for further information.
Definitions and distinctions:
Divine command theory:
Required Imperative: A is required of S iff a just and loving God commands S to do A.
Forbidden Imperative: A is forbidden to S iff a just and loving God commands S not to do A.
Permission: A is permitted for S iff a just and loving God does not command S not to do A.