He or someone appears to have posted the article here: https://faithandthelaw.wordpress.com/2016/08/21/must-the-moral-law-have-a-lawgiver/
The video above has always bothered me in one sense.
Do we really need a moral law giver in order to have morals? My concerns were answered in this white paper report by Kenyan writer and speaker John Njoroge that took two hours to read on my first pass. If you want to dig deeper on this issue without reading an entire book, this article is worth reading.
He covers the following topics:
How does the moral nature of our universe point to God?
Why you cannot have objective moral law without God.
The assumption of having moral obligations in certain situations, and why that points to a creator.
Why as Christians we should be moral.
If you want to read through my notes detailing the article visit this Notion page.
Q: Why do Christians think we need a moral law giver?
Q: How does the moral nature of our universe point to a God?
Q: Rebuttal: Why can't you have objective moral law without God?
Q: Why do we assume we have a moral obligation to behave in certain ways?
Q: Why as a Christian ought we be moral?