Relativism 101

 Relativism

The Christian is the real radical of our generation, for he stands against the monolithic, modern concept of truth as relative. But too often, instead of being the radical, standing against the shifting sands of relativism, he subsides into merely maintaining the status quo. If it is true that evil is evil, that God hates it to the point of the cross, and that there is a moral law fixed in what God is in Himself, then Christians should be the first into the field against what is wrong. (Francis A. Schaeffer, The God Who is There)

1. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Moral Relativism

2. The Myth of Moral Neutrality

3. Relativism Self-Destructs

4. When Tolerance Is Intolerant

5. Preference or Truth?

6. “Who Are You to Judge Others?” 

7. The Postmodern Predicament: Relativism Is Unlivable

8. Cultural Relativism

9. Reaching the Happy Thinking Pagan

10. Confronting the Challenge of Ethical Relativism

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