The Rise of Moral Relativism & the Decline of Objective Moral Values

In a recent article, Relativism and the Redefining of Tolerance, I highlighted both relativism and its impact on and redefining of the definition and concept of tolerance. In this brief article, I want to highlight the findings of a recent Barna survey, The End of Absolutes: America&#
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Relativism and the redefining of tolerance

A little over 2000 years ago a Roman procurator asked the question, “WHAT IS TRUTH?” [1] Today this question is rarely, if ever asked, with the exception of a witness in a trial—“Do you solemnly (swear/affirm) that you will tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, (
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True for you, but not for me… But can that be true?… Read on

There are a number of pop culture sound bites being ideologically bantered around today which you may have heard from time to time. They go something like this—“that may be true for you, but not for me”…“all roads lead to God…”…”that’s just your reality…”…”so many people disagree, rel
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