Who are you to tell me what to do?
Relativism is one of the fastest growing religions in the world today; however, it doesn’t have a set creed or set of beliefs. It’s somewhat like a mindset that says, “You can believe whatever you want, and what’s true for you is your truth.” It attempts to be tolerant of everyone, and takes the things that we traditionally think are “right” and “wrong” and often turns them upside-down. It’s not a new movement. In fact, it’s mentioned in Judges as what the Israelites practiced before they had a king – “everyone did what was right in his own eyes.” What should our attitude as Christians be toward relativism? Does God want us to be tolerant? Does God not want us to be tolerant? Please listen as Michael Pratt answers these questions and shares what our response should be toward Relativism.