could easily justify that murder is morally acceptable while another believes

Could easily justify that murder is morally

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could easily justify that murder is morally acceptable while another believes that murder is morally corrupt. We could theoretically become a lawless world, merely because not everyone would agree on the concept of morality. Jibben also goes on to say that without moral absolutes, “people would not feel this universal injustice at the suffering of the innocent”, meaning that there “must be a standard of right and wrong”, and because of this, there “must be a standard giver.”
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References: Jibben, J. (2015). The wisdom of absolutes. In Grand Canyon University (Ed.), The beginning of wisdom: An introduction to Christian thought and life (2nd ed.). Available from - wisdom_an-introduction-to-christian-thought-and-life_ebook_2e.php Lamca, C. (2015). Intellectual obstacles to wisdom. In Grand Canyon University (Ed.), The beginning of wisdom: An introduction to Christian thought and life (2 nd ed.). Available from - wisdom_an-introduction-to-christian-thought-and-life_ebook_2e.php Sharpe, J. (2015). Experiential obstacles to wisdom. In Grand Canyon University (Ed.), The beginning of wisdom: An introduction to Christian thought and life (2 nd ed.). Available from - wisdom_an-introduction-to-christian-thought-and-life_ebook_2e.php Topic 6 Overview. (2017). CWV-101: Christian Worldview. Phoenix, AZ: Grand Canyon University.
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