Dealing with relativism

this is an excellent post dealing with issues concerning cultural and individual ethical relativism: http://www.mandm.org.nz/2010/01/a-response-to-the-dunedin-schools-thinking-in-tatters-moral-relativism-and-so-called-‘counter-examples’-2.html

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8 Responses

  1. It really was.

  2. Did you see the original one in that series? A Response to The Dunedin School’s “Thinking in Tatters: Moral Relativism and Hidden Objectivist Assumptions” The Dunedin School launched two attacks on Matt so he fired two shots back. I think he utterly shredded them but then, as people say, I’m supposed to think that…

    The video and the original series, linked to at the bottom of both our posts are really good too. Matt was definitely on form for those.

    Thanks for the link – much appreciated!

  3. I must say, I enjoyed the second one better than the first one. But I’m not sure why.

  4. Probably due to the fact that Matt restrained himself more in the first one by the time he got to the second one…

  5. You, carnal? If so, my worldview is indeed very warped :(

    • um… yeah… well, I can’t speak for you, but I know me well. I find me at war with myself. I give evidence to what the apostle Paul wrote in Romans 7:13-25, and so I give thanks for the deliverance found through Christ.

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