I have often heard Dr. Douglas Groothuis (prof. of Philosophy at Denver Seminary) voice that one of the most prominent and dangerous problems of our generation is apathy. President of World Vision, Richard Stearns, has now written an entire book claiming the same. See the Christianity Today interview here. His book entitled THE HOLE IN OUR GOSPEL, sounds like a must-read!
Barey Carey has posted a very interesting response to part of an interview with the Round Mound of Rebound, that is, Sir Charles Barkley (who, perhaps, played basketball due to complete inability as a philosopher). Check it out here, at With all Your Mind.
Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, will be debating Dr. David Boonin of U. of Colorado at Boulder. The question of debate will be “Is Abortion Morally Justifiable?” The debate will be at The University of Colorado at Boulder on January 18 at Humanities Room 1B50 at 7:00 PM. I plan on attending if possible!
John DePoe has a page dedicated to the argument.
Paul Copan has numerous writings on the Moral Argument. Here is a short treatment by him.
William Lane Craig frequently uses the Moral Argument. Here is his “The Indispensability of Meta-Ethical Foundations for Morality.” Also of interest is Craig’s debate with Kai Nielson: “God, Morality, and Evil.”
This, of course, is a very select list.