Man has true moral guilt…

When man sins he brings forth what is contrary to the moral Law of the universe and as a result he is morally and legally guilty. Because man is guilty before the Law-giver of the universe, doing what is contrary to His character, his sin is significant and he is morally significant in a significant history. Man has true moral guilt.

Francis Schaeffer, from The God Who Is There, p. 105

Maybe guilt is just a cultural…

When I lectured on relativism at UC Berkeley, I asked a question I pose frequently at secular universities: Why do we all feel guilty? “Maybe guilt is just a cultural construction,” I offered. “I guess that’s possible. But there’s another possibility. Maybe you feel guilty … because you are guilty.”

Greg Koukl, from Tactics, kindle location 2199