Moral relativism is the idea that morality is relative to each individual person. There is no ultimate standard or truth, but rather people can make up the rules as they go along. It sounds good in principle, but it doesn’t actually work in practice. As a matter of fact, the words “moral” and “relative” are […]Read More Moral Relativism
There is a new phenomenon that is taking place in our nation known as “cancel culture.” It seems that the point of this type of thinking is to remove or “cancel” any person or business that does not line up with one’s values. This is a tactic by those on the far left to eliminate […]Read More The Hypocrisy of Cancel Culture
There are few things more annoying than someone trying to sell you something. I deal with it all the time here in Philly. I just try to go out for a walk or to grab something to eat, and I am met by people trying to sell me something. It’s bad enough in everyday life, […]Read More Peddlers or Preachers?
Let me answer this question from the very beginning. There is no such thing as relative truth. You either have the truth, or you don’t. It’s not a popular thing to say in today’s culture, but it is true nonetheless. I will prove it to you. All you have to do is look at the […]Read More Relative Truth?
Over the weekend, Rudy Giuliani, who is most recognised as being the mayor of New York City during 9/11 and who is also one of President Donald Trump’s lawyers, made headlines by saying, “Truth isn’t truth.” Giuliani said the now infamous line in response to Chuck Todd, the anchor of the show he was on, […]Read More Truth Isn’t Truth