Whose Rights? The Paradox of Moral Relativism

Whose rights are protected in a relativistic culture? It is precisely on this point that relativistic societies face a serious dilemma: How does a community arbitrate various individuals’ competing interests? There is much rhetoric in our modern world about protecting human rights and every individual’s freedom, but what if one person or group wants to… Continue reading Whose Rights? The Paradox of Moral Relativism

Whose Rights? The Paradox of Moral Relativism

Whose rights are protected in a relativistic culture? It is precisely on this point that relativistic societies face a serious dilemma: How does a community arbitrate various individuals’ competing interests? There is much rhetoric in our modern world about protecting human rights and every individual’s freedom, but what if one person or group wants to… Continue reading Whose Rights? The Paradox of Moral Relativism

Daily Catholic Quote from Archbishop Charles Chaput

Archbishop Charles Chaput

“Let me tell you why I believe abortion is the crucial issue of our age.  First, because abortion, too, is about living within the truth. The right to life is the foundation of every other human right. If that right is not inviolate, then no right can be guaranteed.  Or to put it more bluntly: … Continue reading Daily Catholic Quote from Archbishop Charles Chaput