Relativism and the Christian


In this age of relativism we have been told that there is no such thing as absolute truth. That the idea that truth is black and white is old fashioned because we now know that truth is only varying shades of gray. We have been taught to believe that truth is like an eternal line with infinite points along the way. Take for instance if someone asked us the color of the sky. If I were looking up at a crisp noonday sky I would say blue. But what if you are looking up into a dark midnight sky and you answered black? And what if another person for whom it was evening looked up and said no the sky is crimson. And still another was looking up at a stormy sky and said grey or green? Who is right and who is wrong?

thMFNBI8D5 Is relativism right in its assertion…

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