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Moral Relativism Even Repudiated by Atheist – Reasonable Faith

Moral Relativism Even Repudiated by Atheist – Reasonable Faith

Ages ago, I wrote two posts that sparked a lively debate. The first, a repudiation of Moral Relativism, the second a follow-up with a real life example from CNN. In 2011, there was a debate on the topic “are there objective morals without God.” Shockingly (one debater is a “militant atheist”) it takes place at Notre … Continue reading

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Moral Relativism Makes Me Relatively Sick

Metaethical Moral Relativism: The truth or falsity of moral judgements, or their justification, is not absolute or universal, but is relative to the traditions, convictions, or practices of a group of persons. Simply put, for those who subscribe to this philosophy, there is no real right or wrong. Groups of people can decide what is … Continue reading