Measuring Morality carefully weighs four major views of ethics that have been offered by various disciplines within the relativistic camp. Analyzing them in light of the laws of logic and real-life experience, Lutzer shows that they are not relativistic at all. Rather they are autonomous. Through a subjective decision, they replace the traditional ethic of Western culture with other moral absolutes. In this concise book, Dr. Lutzer shows that the values and philosophical implications of the Judeo-Christian ethic are still worthy of consideration in a society dominated by humanistic and New Age beliefs.
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