This lecture was delivered at the University of Birmingham (UK) and it was hosted by the Islamic Medical Society. Hamza discusses morality from the perspective of meta-ethics and moral ontology. He postulates that if someone accepts the axiom that there are some objective moral truths, then it necessitates God’s existence. Hamza explains what is meant by objective morality, responds to Euthyphro’s dilemma, explains why other alternatives that attempt to explain objective morality fail, explains the difference between moral ontology and epistemology and much more.
To learn more about this topic please read Hamza’s essay, Know God, Know Good: God & Objective Morality.