One of the main features of the Reasons for God website is our free resource pages. Google does the best it can to aggregate content, but sometimes it lacks the editorial judgment to know which resources are truly the best. It also returns hundreds of webpages – and sometimes we just want the top ten results. I’ve taken years of experience in finding excellent content for friends and students and compiled my top recommendations into one place for you.
Today I’m pleased to share that the “Moral Relativism” resource page has been created and filled out. Moral relativism is an incredibly common feeling or mood these days. We need to know how to respond in an intellectually savvy and relationally gracious manner.
At the new resource page, you’ll find both free introductory and advanced articles, suggested books, and helpful video resources. I hope you enjoy it. Please let others know about this resource – I believe it will save them a great deal of time and energy trying to hunt down trustworthy material on the subject.
Also, if you have any recommendations for other resources on the topic of moral relativism or moral absolutism, please contact me. I plan to continually update the page to make sure it represents the best work on the subject.