This is the first law of relativism…

This is the first law of relativism: when right or wrong are a matter of personal choice, we surrender the privilege of making moral judgments on others’ actions. But if our moral intuition rebels against these consequences of relativism—if we’re sure that some things must be wrong and that some judgments against another’s conduct are justified—then relativism is false.

Greg Koukl and Francis Beckwith, from Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-air, p. 63

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