Francis Schaeffer, one of my favorite authors, sitting in front of Greg Epstein’s recent book Good Without God.  Epstein presents an argument from secular humanism for morality and purpose apart from God. While Schaeffer died before this book was written, he hit the nail on the head when he said, “Humanists have their feet firmly planted in midair.”  They have to borrow from a Christian worldview, which is rather apparent in Epstein’s book, in order to have purpose or morality.  They are, as Schaeffer has said, living on “borrowed capital.”