Is Life Absurd Without God?
Andrés Ruiz

To be fair, Craig’s audience is constituted of individuals who seek an ultimate purpose in life, some framework through which their actions have value beyond themselves. So yea, Nagel may be correct that we shouldn’t care too much about an ultimate purpose, and just embrace every moment the way Watts talks about, but that’s not responsive to Craig’s central claim that if you are the kind of person who looks for an ultimate purpose and objective basis for moral values, then God has to be part of the equation.

After all, Nagel’s response to moral skepticism is pretty much “don’t think about it” and “just assume there are moral values strong enough to be normative”, which is non-persuasive.