culture · Education

Common Day of Learning

Every year at Azusa Pacific University there is a program called Common Day of Learning where professors and students stopping running around and begin dialogue for a day on a variety of domestic and world issues.  Dr. Walsh asked me and a few other students to present our papers we wrote last semester in a session called Moral Relativism: Societal Effects and Implication for the Future.  I also attended two other sessions.  One was on the Christian response in the midst of totalitarian governments and the other was on US Foreign Policy During the Cold War and During the current Iraq War.  I will be blogging on issues that arose in my mind as a result of the things I learned today.

Primarily I will be focusing on moral relativism and how the church should respond to it.


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