If it could be demonstrated that there are natural moral laws such laws could rationally convince
everybody (everybody who is thinking rationally that is), not just followers of one particular belief. Also
any theory of divine command has to answer the following questions: Is something morally good
because God says so, or does God say so because it is morally good? In the first case this would
mean that God could theoretically decide any action to be morally good, so it becomes really a
question of power? In the second case the action is morally good whether God agrees or not. So
where does this moral goodness come from?