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“Christianity is no better than any other faith. All religions lead to God.”

May 5, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Relativism

If you haven’t heard this one a dozen times, you don’t get out much. Sadly enough, the person making this claim is often himself a Christian (at least, in name). The problems with this view are pretty straightforward. Christianity makes a series of claims about God and man: That Jesus of Nazareth was God Himself, …

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“There’s no such thing as absolute truth. What’s true for you may not be true for me.”

May 5, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Relativism

People use this argument a lot when they disagree with a statement and have no other way to support their idea. After all, if nothing is true for everyone, then they can believe whatever they want and there’s nothing you can say to make them change their minds. But look at that statement again: “There’s …

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Are There Moral Absolutes?

May 4, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Relativism, Relativism

Some claim that moral norms are “just a social construct.” It is true that morality, as accepted by any society, is the product of social forces: man is after all a social creature. Morals are not arbitrary however. The vast areas of agreement between moral codes of different societies throughout the ages and throughout the …

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