Tag Archives: Relativism

6 Affirmations for the Church

The six affirmations RC wrote in response to these trends are even more relevant today. Continue reading

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A senseless act?

What are we saying when we call an act senseless or inappropriate or a lapse in judgment? And how does this relate to teaching about sin? Continue reading

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What does postmodern mean?

“Modernity was confident; postmodernity is anxious. Modernity had all the answers; postmodernity is full of questions. Modernity reveled in reason, science and human ability; postmodernity wallows (with apparent contentment or nihilistic angst) in mysticism, relativism, and the incapacity to know anything with certainty.” Continue reading

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