Although the following happened nearly 7 years ago, IMO, "Moral Relativism" has been revisited by some people in these Worthy forums.
"On Monday's MSNBC Live with Dan Abrams, host and MSNBC General Manager Abrams attacked CNN's series God's Warriors for 'a defense of Islamic fundamentalism and the worst type of moral relativism,' and as 'shameful advocacy masked as journalism,' quipping that series host Christiane Amanpour 'avoided getting bogged down in objectivity.'
"Abrams further took exception with Amanpour for comparing those who support Israel's defense strategy to Muslim terrorists: 'Christians and Jews, for example, who support Israel's strategy for self-defense are just as much God's warriors, according to Amanpour, as the Islamic radicals who blow themselves and others up in an effort to destroy the world as we know it.'"
Please read the entire article at the link above before posting a response to: is "moral relativism" either moral or relative (pertinent) when applied equally to all of God's (montheistic) Warriors?
Edited by OldSchool2, 01 October 2013 - 05:07 PM.