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Absolute and Relative morality  

What do we mean by absolute and relativist morality? 

Absolutist morality

It is when moral decisions are made with the conviction that there is an absolute principle that can be applied to every situation. 146 more words

John Ward: He Judgeth Among The gods 

Die Mercurii 26, Martii, 1645.
Ordered by the Commons assembled in Parliament, That Sir Roger North, and Mr Cage doe give thankes to Mr Goode and Mr Ward for the great paines they took in the Sermons they preached this day, at the in­treaty of the House of Commons, at St Mar­garetts Westminster, (it being the day of Pub­lique Humiliation) and to desire them to print their Sermons. 23,118 more words


Free Ebook- The Lord's Day: Its Presuppositions, Proofs, Precedents, and Practice

By Sam Waldron

Now available at Chapel Library is a new (FREE) book titled The Lord’s Day: Its Presuppositions, Proofs, Precendents, and Practice by Sam Waldron: The Lord’s Day… 83 more words

Free Ebook

Feast of Saint Catherine de Ricci (13 February 2017)

In the account of creation from the beginning of the book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, one of the principal elements is the fact that the one and only God created all things that exist. 395 more words

Daily Messages

Immutable and Universally Obligatory

Amongst professing Christians in the West today, there seems to be a belief that God requires us to follow no law but the law to love one another (defined without respect to any of God’s stated commands).  310 more words


Did Jesus Cancel Out The Ten Commandments?

“Our Lord Jesus Christ, in addition to explaining the law and pointing out its spiritual character, also unveiled its living essence, for when one asked him “Which is the great commandment in the law?” he said, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. 421 more words