Right For You But Not For Me: Responding to Moral Relativism

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It seems to be an in-thing for average people these days to claim that morality is relative, an idea not many philosophy professors would hold to. Relativism has many faults, but the main one seems to be that it cannot be held to consistently. Check out today’s episode of the AC Podcast and listen to what Paul Chamberlain said at our Apologetics Canada Conference 2017.

Links & Articles

Why People Stop Believing by Paul Chamberlain

Talking About Good And Bad Without Getting Ugly: A Guide To Moral Persuasion by Paul Chamberlain

Apologetics Canada Conference 2017 Digital Recordings by Apologetics Canada


Intro Music
Roots
by Josh Leake

Outro Music
Subjection
by Assaf Ayalon


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