Over the course of this study we have explored the classical view of morality and compared it to a relativistic worldview. But it's one thing to lay the philosophies out side by-side for comparison, and it is quite another thing to be in the midst of the difficulties and brokenness of this world trying to deal with temptation and sin. As we will see in this session, many people are relativists not because they have impartially compared classical morality and relativism and decided to adopt relativism as a comprehensive worldview, but rather because relativism gives them a way to cope with sin and brokenness in their own lives. The alternative to relativism is not just an alternative worldview—the real alternative is God's love and compassion. Engaging moral relativism is all about showing people how much Jesus loves them—he is "the way, and the truth, and the life" (John 14:6)
for everyone, not just "for me."