Morals are morals, everyone has their own…

The following statements were from interviews done by Ligonier Ministries:

  • “If I don’t like it, then it’s wrong. If I like it, then it’s right. It’s as simple as that.”
  • “…from my experiences, what I can see and feel, basically just what feels right for me. There’s no particular thing that makes me say this is morally right or this is morally wrong.”
  • “The Bible doesn’t have much authority over my life, I basically go on my own, I have my own certain morals.”
  • “Whether something is right or wrong is very individual. I think that it all depends on the circumstances of your life. I decide whether something is wrong for me, if it’s not morally correct for me then I won’t do it. And if something’s good for me, if it’s going to make me happy or it’s going to get me what I want…”
  • “Morals are morals, everyone has their own.”
  • “I can say what’s true for me and I’m sure everyone can say what’s true for themselves, but I have no idea what’s true for everyone.”
  • “I think that it depends on the person that’s looking at the situation. I don’t think there’s absolute standards of right or wrong.”

R. C. Sproul, from Choosing Your Religion, message 1

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