I think I’m a fan of John Njoroge. He’s really eloquent but with a very difficult accent. He’s presented the Moral Argument here (https://www.rzim.org/read/just-thinking-magazine/must-the-moral-law-have-a-lawgiver). How do I break this down into 4 simple steps when presenting to non-believers especially atheists? I tried to practice during our Bible Study but I always get lost somewhere in the middle and cannot drive home the point.
@Armando The basic idea of the moral argument for God is that the fact that humans recognize that there is objective right and wrong (a moral law) points to the existence a God who gave us that moral law (the law is written on our hearts). You might find the following resources helpful.