I would highly recommend this book, especially for high school and college/University students.
While a book on this topic could easily become deeply philosophical and difficult to understand, Beckwith and Koukl do a good job of making it accessible.
The part of the book that was the biggest help to me was Greg Koukl's seven fatal flaws of relativism.
Thinking clearly, almost a lost skill in these high speed times of information overload. Relativism slows things down so that information can be evaluated for its intrinsic value.Published 10 days ago by Kerrin s. bates
Bought for daughter's home-school co-op worldview class. She had a list of 100 to pick from and this was one of the 12 she selected.Published 24 days ago by J Hobbs
This is a must read if you are interested in understanding the moral confusion in the world today. It clearly describes the common value systems of our culture. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen W.
This is a good book. The authors discuss the subject of Moral Relativism the and its validity. They speak of how this idea has permeated our society and has contributed to the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lightshiner
It was a difficult read. The concepts can be demonstrated quite simply but they are more challenging to communicate via the written word.
Or maybe I was just slow. Read more
This book served as a very helpful resource, particularly with regard to distinguishing the types of grounding people use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chris B
Awesome book! Almost finished with it. Great reference book. Great arguments. Sound logic. Defend Christianity well and get this book! Now.Published 4 months ago by Spencer Barfuss
This is a thorough, and interesting presentation on a truth denying philosophy called relativism. It's a must for parents who must prepare their children for high school, for... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Pen Name