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Is there such a thing as relative morality?

Are some aspects of morality relative or is it all objective?

Discussing Arguments from Pro-Choice Advocates

Over the last few weeks, I have heard quite a few terrible arguments with all of the talk surrounding abortion in our culture. These bad arguments include: It's a women's right to choose. Abortion should be legal if the unborn... Continue Reading →

Pro-Choice Objection: The Unborn Baby Is Not a Human Being

How would you respond to this common pro-choice argument? It seems crazy to say that the unborn is not human, but it was recently mentioned hereĀ on CNN (05/07/19)! Check out Tim Barnett's article titled "Abortion Advocates Fail Biology" Comment below... Continue Reading →

How can I know that what I am doing is morally right?

Is there an objective standard by which to judge all things as right or wrong?

If morality is objective, then why are some cultures so different?

Do cannibalistic cultures prove that morality is relative?

Questions of the Week – (03/11/19)

I ended up leaving town for two days this week on a choir trip. That means I couldn't do as much recording and only have two videos. I hope you enjoy the short answers, share them with your friends, and... Continue Reading →

Questions of the Week (02/25/19)

I posted five new videos on YouTube this week, and each video responds to a question that was asked by one of my students. I hope you enjoy the short answers, share them with your friends, and subscribe to my... Continue Reading →

How do we understand religious freedom vs. discrimination?

I just finished a two-week section on religious freedom and persecution with my students. In fact, I stopped writing their test in order to record the podcast and write this blog. I feel bad saying this, but I think it... Continue Reading →

Does God just want us to be happy?

It is often said that people become teachers so that they don't have to work over the summer. Although this may be true for some, it wasn't true for me this past summer. I spent my vacation working at Summit... Continue Reading →

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