The Top 7 Things You Can’t Do as a Moral Relativist – Apologetics 315

Relativists Can’t Accuse Others of Wrong-Doing
Relativists Can’t Complain About the Problem of Evil
Relativists Can’t Place Blame or Accept Praise Relativists
Can’t Claim Anything Is Unfair or Unjust
Relativists Can’t Improve Their Morality
Relativists Can’t Hold Meaningful Moral Discussions
Relativists Can’t Promote the Obligation of Tolerance

Read more at: The Top 7 Things You Can’t Do as a Moral Relativist – Apologetics 315

True for You, But Not for Me: Overcoming Objections to Christian Faith by Paul Copan

Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-Air by Francis J. Beckwith (Author), Gregory Koukl (Author)


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