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True For You But Not For Me?

Room 151
Teacher: David Moss

Recent surveys show that there is one thing a college professor can be absolutely sure of: almost every student entering the university believes (or says he believes) that truth is relative. A fact or value or moral can be “true for you” and at the same time “not true for me.” This type of thinking leads many to say, “Christianity is true for you but not for me” and “Who are you to judge me?” and “You can do anything you like as long as it doesn’t hurt someone” and “Christianity is just one path among many to God.” How can we respond to this assault on the truth? Is there such a thing as absolute truth? Is it arrogant to claim our belief system is true and others are false? If there is no such thing as absolute truth, then what does that do to our sense of morality and our understanding of the sensitive cultural issues of our day? Are all truths simply a matter of opinion? In this class, we will deal with all of these questions and more.

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