At National Review TV, Berlinski on the "Laws of Heaven and Earth"
Asked about the consequences of allowing morality's transcendent base to corrode, under the influence of various forms of what Ben Weiker would call moral Darwinism, David Berlinski on National Review TV cites Samuel Johnson: "All 'the laws of heaven and earth,' Dr. Johnson remarked, are unable to prevent man from his crimes. Surely relaxing the laws of heaven and earth shall not dispose man to better behavior. That seems to be self-evident." Part 4 of David's excellent interview with host Peter Robinson is viewable now.