What is right and wrong is different for everyone.
What’s right for me might not be right for you. What’s wrong for you might not be wrong for me.
Because everyone is different, it only makes sense that everyone’s morality be different.
It doesn’t matter what is right and wrong, as long as it’s right for you.
But… what if this common theory of moral relativity is a flawed? What if every time we compromise and stretch our moral boundaries — no matter where we set them — we are doing damage?
If there were a moral standard we could be sure of, would you want to know? And would you want to know what’s on the other side of stretching it?
Bring friends this Sunday for the launch of Rubber Soul to get in on the conversation!
Rubber Soul — Part 1 — Theory of Relativity | Carey Nieuwhof
So…is morality relative? Ask most people, and they’ll tell you it is: what’s true for me isn’t automatically true for you. But at the heart of moral relativity is an interesting assumption—that moral compromise compromises no one. What if there is a cost to moral relativity? A cost that you’re paying?
9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie
Playback — Part 4 — Think Bigger | Carey Nieuwhof
So if you’ve identified your excuses and negative thinking and taken every thought captive, what do you do next? You replace the negative with something far better. And far bigger. The Apostle Paul shows you exactly what to do to change your future.
9.00 and 10.30 am | Galaxy Cinemas, Orillia