Stand to Reason | Christianity: It’s Either Objectively True or Objectively False

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Lately, I’ve begun to realize just how much relativism is ingrained in our culture, particularly when it comes to religion. In conversations with people about Christianity, I’ve found that sometimes I am literally unable to communicate the idea that I’m claiming Christianity is an objectively true description of reality. Unfortunately, I’ve even had a conversation or two like this with Christians. But communicating this is what we must do if we’re truly to communicate the Gospel, because the Gospel is centered on an objective event in history. As the Apostle Paul said, “If Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless.” Often, by explaining the centrality of the historical death and resurrection of Christ, you can help someone to understand the objective nature of our claim—that is, the claim that Christianity is the kind of thing that is either objectively true or objectively false—because history is something most people understand as being objective.
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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

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