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A must have for all Christians
on 28 February 1999
I enjoyed and understood this book. I am enrolled in a Theory of Knowledge, a philosophy class, and I am constantly defending the claim that absolute truth exists. I have also argued for the existence of moral absolutes. Without this book, my argument would have not been nearly as good. The book presents its material in a way that is understandable for everyone. The part of the book that was the biggest help to me was Greg Koukl's seven fatal flaws of relativism. This allowed me to understand how it is impossible for relativists to complain about the problem of evil and talk about tolerance.
Any person that is trying to defend the notion that moral absolutes exist should definitely buy this book!