Sunday, September 13, 2009

A common tactic dissolved

I think one of the most common "arguments" we're going to get here is dismissal by relativism. For example:
  • "You can't impose your morals on others"
  • "That is what you believe, but other beliefs are just as valid"
  • "You shouldn't legislate your morality"
  • "We have to be tolerant of other's beliefs"
Patrick Madrid recently gave a talk on this subject and offers some great advice on how to break this apart and help those who hold this self-contradictory view see the truth.

1 comment:

  1. Wow... The talk by Patrick Madrid was AMAZING! I myself was totally shocked about the "abortion" story. The way people can act and behave when they don't let God guide their moral decisions is just down right scary sometimes...