A Family Journey

Moral Relativism

Seven Things You Can’t Do As A Moral Relativist by Greg Koukl..

 

link,
http://www.salvomag.com/new/articles/salvo1/koukl.php

 

In Search For Absolutes In A Relativistic World

 

links,
The Search for Absolutes, Part-1
The Search for Absolutes, Part-2
Absolute Search

 

Rejection of a moral law/lawgiver leads to the loss of personal identity

 

links,
PREPARATION AND PORTRAIT OF A PROPHET, PART 1 OF 2
PREPARATION AND PORTRAIT OF A PROPHET, PART 2 OF 2

 

“In the Mind or in the Matter?”

 

links,
Are There Objective Truths About God?
by Dr. William Lane Craig

God, Evolution and Morality Part 1
God, Evolution and Morality Part 2
by Greg Koukl

 

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“All truth is relative”

Have you ever heard a person make this statement before? It’s called a universal affirmation. Think about it for a minute and ask yourself, does it include itself or exclude itself? If includes itself, then it’s not always true therefore it is false. If it excludes itself, it is positing an absolute while denying that Absolutes exist at all.

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This is simple but useful outline when evaluating a worldview.

3 tests of truth:

  1. Logically consistent
  2. Empirically adequate
  3. Experientially relevant

4 questions to put the test of truth to:

  1. Origin
  2. Meaning
  3. Morality
  4. Destiny

 5 subjects (or disciplines)

  1. God (Theology)
  2. Reality (Metaphysics)
  3. Knowledge (Epistemology)
  4. Morality (Ethics)
  5. Humankind (Anthropology)

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Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Midair from Veritas [2] on Vimeo.

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