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Excellent thought provoking book. Gives excellent arguments and ideas to think about moral relativism. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Thomas A Perkins
Professor Peter Kreeft, in "A Refutation of Moral Relativism," introduces the reader to the concepts of moral absolutism and moral relativism through the use of a debate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Studge
Takes the limitations of "You Can Understand the Bible" to the Post Vatican II and Pre- Pope JP II Catholic teachings.Published 2 months ago by B.Kinny
Great read. Informational and entertaining at the same time! The dialogue between these two is fairly easy to keep up with, and at times quite funny. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tyler Davidson
Great overview on pressing issues of today. I really enjoyed the book and the way in which the topic is presented the dialogue format was very good.Published 3 months ago by ddreger
I found the conversational format to be applicable, practical, and enjoyable.Published 5 months ago by JP
I'm a bit impatient with that metaphor, so only four stars, but I have to admit the occasional chuckle from the banter. Read morePublished 8 months ago by HAROLD J TOUPS
Dr. Kreeft is one of the most insightful theological writer of the day. Very engaging.Published 9 months ago by Fred in Texas