What is the context of absolute morality & the relevance that such morality has in our postmodern,
computerized, 21st century American culture & society?
The percentage of divorces mentioning Facebook comes to mind. Traditional views of monogamy run into cyber-sex, cyber-stalking and the ability to look up and then hook up with exes on a whim.
by CH Elijah Sadaphal 2 years ago
Is there such as thing as absolute truth? What is it?After all, if a person insists that truth is relative (and we can't determine what beliefs are right and wrong), what reason is there to believe anything that they say?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 8 months ago
In 21st century, postmodern, computerized America, do you see the number of 1-child familiesincreasing among highly educated & affluent couples? Conversely, do you see less educated & poorer couples still opting for larger families(4-more children)?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
What is THIS OBSESSION w/religion in the postmodern, computerized 21st century?Why are so many people fanatically obsessive when it comes to religion, injecting it into everything?
by fred allen 6 years ago
Can morality exist without a divine authority?Without absolutes who has the authority to establish moral boundaries? If there is no divine standard, can there be such a thing as morality or right and wrong?
by Elizabeth 5 years ago
Is there such a thing as absolute morality? Is anything wrong (or right) absolutely?
by spookyfox 8 years ago
I was bored and I thought there wasn't enough religious discussions here:)The title is unrelated, just to catch your attention.When asked about a belief or proof of such, a believer will quote their holy book and say "it's in the bible, it's the word of god, it is the truth, it is...
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