Atheism and the Problem of Moral Relativism

According to moral relativism, the concept of right versus wrong varies from person to person.

One person might consider adultery to be wrong, while another could decide that open marriages are copacetic. For something to be recognized as universally wrong by everyone, a supernatural God must exist and serve as the consistent arbiter of right versus wrong, or good versus evil.

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