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 Grace Marguerite Williams4 weeks 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...
by CH Elijah Sadaphal20 months 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...
by Grace Marguerite Williams20 months ago
increasingly belong to those who are highly educated, skilled, & affluent while those who are less educated w/little or no skills, & poor will fall behind & be relegated to a permanent, even disposable...
by fred allen6 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 Elizabeth5 years ago
Is there such a thing as absolute morality? Is anything wrong (or right) absolutely?
by spookyfox7 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...
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