Who Am I to Judge?: Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love

Who Am I to Judge Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love Don t be so judgmental Why are Christians so intolerant Why can t we just coexist In an age in which preference has replaced morality many people find it difficult to speak the truth afraid of the r

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  • Title: Who Am I to Judge?: Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love
  • Author: Edward Sri
  • ISBN: 9781621641650
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Don t be so judgmental Why are Christians so intolerant Why can t we just coexist In an age in which preference has replaced morality, many people find it difficult to speak the truth, afraid of the reactions they will receive if they say something is right or wrong Using engaging stories and personal experience, Edward Sri helps us understand the classical view of Don t be so judgmental Why are Christians so intolerant Why can t we just coexist In an age in which preference has replaced morality, many people find it difficult to speak the truth, afraid of the reactions they will receive if they say something is right or wrong Using engaging stories and personal experience, Edward Sri helps us understand the classical view of morality and equips us to engage relativism, appealing to both the head and the heart Learn how Catholic morality is all about love, why making a judgment is not judging a person s soul, and why, in the words of Pope Francis, relativism wounds people Topics include Real Freedom, Real Love Sharing truth with compassion Why I disagree doesn t mean I hate you

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    1. This book is very much needed today. Fortunately it is also accessible and loving. Dr. Sri actually speaks to his readers in his writing. The language he uses is almost identical to that found in the 8 part study program. So if you have the opportunity to do the series with a group, of course you will gain even more from the interaction and conversation with different perspectives. But if you are pressed for time or don’t live near anywhere that offers these programs, the book includes all the [...]

    2. Relativism is a topic that is of crucial importance to everyone today. It has become the overriding and tyrannical worldview that we face. It is challenging us and our children.Edward Sri has done an outstanding job of providing a jumping in point for anyone who takes their faith seriously enough to want it to affect the way they live, the decisions that they make, and the way they respond to our culture, media, and the enactment and enforcement of our laws. Even if you are not actively followin [...]

    3. The older I become the more I believe that truth is absolute, not relative, and that we get into dangerous waters when we say that we are okay with how everyone else lives their lives as long as they aren't hurting anyone else. Sri convincingly argues for why that world view is dangerous and illogical but also tells us how to avoid arguments by responding with love and grace. Although written from a Catholic perspective, it deals with universal truths from all religions and traditions while deal [...]

    4. This is an excellent, easy-to-read, and well-researched guide on how those who follow a "classical" moral code can better engage with those who believe relativism reigns supreme. As someone who finds evangelism to be a struggle between peaceful interactions and effective impressions, I love the "take this argument with you" advice this book offers. I also think this can be a very valuable read for someone who feels drawn to relativism, but recognizes its shortcomings, and wants to be educated on [...]

    5. Dr. Sri wrote this book so well. He makes it easy to understand what relativism is and how you can respond to it in your own life and when encountering others. He also provides examples that you could use in conversation with people to help them see the point you are trying to make. This book is definitely worth reading many times.

    6. This was my first of what am sure will be many Edward Sri books. His writing is crisp and to the point. His book is loaded with useful apologetics for "every day" issues we run into. I also like that he stresses charity (love) overall. In my opinion, Mr. Sri nailed the important issue of gauging the right time and way in which to approach relativism with others.

    7. What an insightful, thought-provoking, and informative primer on reason, love, and relativism. Dr. Sri's focus is relativism and he touches on topics that have been intentionally ignored for far too long. The content is highly readable and the examples are relatable. The keys to responding to relativism are practical which is why I strongly recommend this book for everyone. Happy reading!

    8. Well, I had high hopes for this book and I am attempting to review it for what it is, and not what I thought it might be. I thought the second half of the book was excellent: the key concepts to use and keep in mind when having a discussion with someone of a relativistic mindset if you are from a more classical worldview. In truth, most of this content could be utilized to have more productive discussions on any topic when there is disagreement between two people: skills and virtues sorely missi [...]

    9. Great book. I read Pope Benedict's book as well on relativism. It was great too. This book does bring a little Pope Francis's love and mercy to a more palatable place for meGreat book. I read Pope Benedict's book as well on relativism. It was great too. This book does bring a little Pope Francis's love and mercy to a more palatable place for me.

    10. Well written, well organized contentI would recommend this book especially to teenagers, young adults, and those on the way back to the Church.I will definitely read more books authored byMr. Sri.

    11. So good! Very clear and concisely written. A great walk through of how to respond to such a huge obstacle to meaningful conversation in our culture today.

    12. Super easy to read with good suggestions and presented in a way that builds on the previous material. A great resource and one I'm sure I'm reference in the future.

    13. This book had some good tips for discussing relativism, but it was much more "get the log out of your own eye" convicting for me. Great stuff about virtue!

    14. Another great book by Edward SriThis book is an easy read, yet it challenges you on not being ok with relativism. I would recommend it.

    15. Best book about RelativismBest book that describes what the biggest problem our world is facing right now: relativism. This book help how we stand up on morality issues that often we just mum about just to fit in.

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