February 14, 2011
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The previous post stirred Kevin and I to begin to look at the issue of moral relativism. This is an issue that, not only permeates society at large, but also has reared its head more and more in the church. Many in the church have fallen prey to the idea that some things are okay. This is due to the acceptance of some things that are glorified or deemed acceptable to society. To stand up against these immoral values requires courage, and faith. Many Christians are afraid to take that stance, while others take their stance to an extreme. We touch on this topic in the very first post of this blog (No Shame + No Fear = No Apologizing).
As Christians, we are called to believe in an absolute moral authority and live by it. This
Inside the mind of a moral relativist...
means that there is an ABSOLUTE right, and an ABSOLUTE wrong. Kevin and I understand the position that this creates. You might be saying “How can you say (insert moral value) is wrong?” My response…would be to ask you the exact same question you asked me. Read more of this post