Are you familiar with the concept of moral relativism? How often do you hear people say, ‘everything is relative’? Yet how much more often do you hear people say ‘ultimately’ or even more so, ‘absolutely!’. These are usually used in a context that has no connection to anything ultimate or absolute. Furthermore these terms do not belong in the lexicon of relativists. The fact that they are used so freely reveals an underlying hunger for something that really is absolute to provide a foundation for a framework of meaning. You don’t have to use these terms frequently to embrace the reality they represent.
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