Pope Benedict XVI has called relativism “the greatest problem of our time.”
We’ve all encountered relativism in statements like:
- “If it feels good, do it.”
- “That’s your opinion, and this is mine.”
- “I don’t want to impose my beliefs on others.“
- “What’s true for one person may not be true for another.”
And we’re encountering relativism ever more in the “new inquisition” that would silence anyone who claims to know the truth, labeling them “intolerant,” or “bigoted.”…but most importantly we’ve encountered relativism in the spiritual emptiness and moral free-for-all that occurs when people think there is no truth about who God is and how we are supposed to live—only a multitude of opinions.
In the new booklet Absolute Relativism: The New Dictatorship And What To Do About It, Chris Stefanick “explains and refutes it with energy, imagination, clarity, and force” (Archbishop Charles J. Chaput).
This booklet makes the central moral issue of our day easy for anyone to grasp in a down-to-earth, easily accessible, question and answer format.
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, calls Absolute Relativism “an excellent resource for anyone seeking to understand the spirit of our times and the challenges we face in a world increasingly without moral compass.”
Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, calls Absolute Relativism “a tool by which to respond to Pope Benedict XVI’s exhortation that we must address the ideology which underlies so many and grave evils in our time.” Note: To order in larger quantities at great discounts visit catholic.com.