Humanist chaplain Greg Epstein is a guest on this week’s State of Belief and his work is also featured in the current Washington Post On Faith section. The title of his book, Good Without God, is the inspiration for a question posed to On Faith panelists – and the answers are telling.  Can you be good without God? The question solicits a variety for answers from atheists who find the question a non-starter to Christian conservatives who offer a line of reasoning that implies one can be good without God but only because God makes it so.  Check out the different viewpoints here.

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