The Claim Of ‘Moral Relativism’ Is Actually A Cultural Myth With Vast Influence

There’s no such thing as moral absolutes. As long as you don’t hurt anybody else, whatever seems right to you is just fine. Everybody knows that, so do it! That’s the absolute truth.

See Acts 18:3 for the description of Paul as a tent-maker to support his missionary work. (Photo by KAL VISUALS on Unsplash)

Well no, it’s not and among the best evidence that it’s not is the fact hardly anybody lives by that maxim, according to Drew Covert of the Tent-Making Christianity blog. But lots of folks profess to believe it, especially when presented with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and their need for Him as their savior.

When you read Covert’s post, don’t miss Professor J. P. Moreland’s story about the student who got an F on an essay on moral relativism because it was written in blue ink. Go here.

Author: Mark Tapscott

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