Ethics are Absolute

“That may be true for you, but it is not my truth.” “There are absolutely no absolutes.” How can otherwise intelligent people say such contradictory things? Where did this perversion of thinking originate? Today, mankind knows more facts than ever before, but he cannot, apparently, tell right from wrong. We have access to vast knowledge on the internet and yet have no settled standard for ethics. Mankind has conquered the natural world, untangling its secrets, and utilizes that knowledge to improve physical life for so many, and yet we corrode spiritual life by denying any meaning, purpose, or fulfillment in life. Science has taught us many things but science cannot lead us into all trut

Uniting our Divided Mind

CS Lewis abandoned his childhood faith in favor of atheism and materialism. Yet the bracing new philosophies that tantalized his intellect left his imagination hungry. As he wrote later, "nearly all that I loved, poetry, beauty, mythology, I believed to be imaginary; nearly all that I believed to be real I thought grim and meaningless.” What Louis thought was real was the lower story word of Scientific materialism– but it was "grim and meaningless.” What he wished were real was the upper story world of myth and meaning– but he believed it to be only imaginary. This inner conflict created such agony that it drove Lewis’s religious quest. He became desperate to find a truth that satisfies the

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