1/10/2007 | Share this article: View CommentsBy Dave, the WM
This is a continuation of the article posted here: Morality and ethics without absolutes.
Regardless of all the rhetoric, examples and arguments, the majority of Christians do not believe in absolute morality.
The argument from Christians is that without the Bible, or God, or the Ten Commandments, there is nothing to tell us that murder is wrong. There is no way to make a decision about rape, or theft. Without the absolute morality as defined in the Bible, all society would crash into a subjective chaos of relativistic anarchy where everyone does what is right in their own eyes and everyone is a victim of everyone else's violent, unrestrained lusts.
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