Tag Archives: Relativism

Seeking Truth

Words matter. Our choice of words, whether speaking or writing, makes a difference. And words have meaning. That’s what dictionaries are for—to tell us what words mean. When we try to use words to mean something other than what they … Continue reading

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Some Days – A Poem

Some days I want to believe the Gospel is a myth and this is all there is But only some days Some days I want to believe it doesn’t matter whether my loved ones know Christ But only some days … Continue reading

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The Politically Incorrect Narrow Gate

There is a movement in the church to forge a new, “progressive Christianity.” One of the primary tenants of this movement is that all religions and faiths are true for their adherents. In other words, progressive Christians reject the core … Continue reading

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Legal, Social, and Absolute Tolerance

Much of the day yesterday I contemplated what I would write today, and whether I would relate today’s post in any way to the fact that it is the 9th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United … Continue reading

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Tolerance Does Not Always Equal Love

I was reading the blog of a 20-something Christian woman this morning. She had written a couple of articles on tolerance that I found very interesting. We live in a culture where tolerance of whatever anyone wants to believe or … Continue reading

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It’s All Relative . . . Or Is It?

Relativism has become a popular doctrine in our society today. According to the American Heritage New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, relativism is “the doctrine that no ideas or beliefs are universally true but that all are, instead, ‘relative’ — that … Continue reading

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