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Relativism: Feet Frimly Planted in Mid-Air

Francis J BeckwithGregory Koukl

Relativism: Feet Frimly Planted in Mid-Air

Francis J BeckwithGregory Koukl

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"An extremely well-researched, intellectual approach to the problem of relativism and its effect on education, public policy, and our everyday lives." -Youthworker

- Publisher 16 Chapters

- Publisher "Brisk, logical, and thoroughly practical, this is simply the best and most accessible book on the subject for general readers. It's ideal for ordinary people trying to find sense under the assault of senselessness in private and public life. You can be sure I'll recommend it highly to my students."--J. Budziszewski, The University of Texas at Austin

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About "Relativism: Feet Frimly Planted in Mid-Air"

"An extremely well-researched, intellectual approach to the problem of relativism and its effect on education, public policy, and our everyday lives." -Youthworker
- Publisher

16 Chapters
- Publisher

"Brisk, logical, and thoroughly practical, this is simply the best and most accessible book on the subject for general readers. It's ideal for ordinary people trying to find sense under the assault of senselessness in private and public life. You can be sure I'll recommend it highly to my students."--J. Budziszewski, The University of Texas at Austin
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Francis J Beckwith

Francis J. Beckwith is professor of philosophy and church-stFrancis J. Beckwith is professor of philosophy and church-state studies, and fellow and faculty associate in the Instituate studies, and fellow and faculty associate in the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University in Waco, Texte for Studies of Religion at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He was also the 2008-2009 Mary Ann Remick Senior Visitinas. He was also the 2008-2009 Mary Ann Remick Senior Visiting Fellow in the Notre Dame Center for Ethics & Culture at thg Fellow in the Notre Dame Center for Ethics & Culture at thC

Gregory Koukl

Greg Koukl received his masters in philosophy of religion and ethics at Talbot School of Theology and his Masters in Christian Apologetics from Simon Greenleaf University. He has hosted his own radio talk show for seventeen years advocating clear-thinking Christianity and defending the Christian worldview. His teaching has been featured on Focus on the Family radio, he has been interviewed for CBN, NPR, and the BBC, and participated in an one-hour national television debate with Deepak Chopra on Lee Strobel's Faith Under Fire. Greg is the founder and president of Stand to Reason, and the author of Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions.
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Table Of Contents

  • Introduction: Who Are You To Judge?
    part 1: Understanding Relativism
    1 the Death Of Truth
    2 what Is Moral Relativism?
    3 three Kinds Of Relativism
    part 2: Critiquing Relativism
    4 culture As Morality
    5 culture Defining Morality
    6 moral Common Sense
    7 relativism's Seven Fatal Flaws
    part 3: Relativism And Education
    8 values Clarification
    9 relativism's Offspring--political Correctness And Multiculturalism
    10 on The Road To Barbarism
    part 4: Relativism And Public Policy
    11 relativism And The Law
    12 relativism And The Meaning Of Marriage
    13 relativism And The Meaning Of Life
    part 5: Responding To Relativism
    14 tactics To Refute Relativism
    15 monkey Morality
    16 why Morality?
    conclusion
    notes
    index

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  • Catalogue Code 123593
  • Product Code 0801058066
  • EAN 9780801058066
  • Pages 190
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Oct 1998
  • Sales Rank #24811
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.319kg

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