For instance, greed is a great example of a corrupted morality.
How can such an awareness be converted into full-fledged belief inGod? One way of doing this would be to help the person gain theskills needed to recognize moral laws as what they are, asdivine commands or divine laws. If moral laws are experienced,then moral experience could be viewed as a kind of religious experienceor at least a proto-religious experience. Perhaps someone who hasexperience of God in this way does not need a moral argument (or anykind of argument) to have a reasonable belief in God. This may beone instance of the kind of case that Alvin Plantinga (2000) and the“Reformed epistemologists” have in mind when they claimthat belief in God can be “properly basic.” It isworth noting then that there could be such a thing as knowledge of Godthat is rooted in moral experience without that knowledge being theresult of a moral argument.
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We must consider the more realistic considerations of the non-callous, beginning with Benjamin Franklin in an essay of 1766 called "The Encouragement of Idleness":
I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means.
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What is interesting in this example may be the belief through much of history, which has not vanished even in the present, that lending money at is immoral.