Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Timothy Renick - Chair
This thesis provides one component of a greater defense of Christian ethical relativism, or the notion that what is a morally allowable action for one Christian may be wrong for another and both could be correct in their assertions. This essay does not develop such a Christian relativism, but merely defends the idea that a relativistic view could be developed in an academically rigorous manner and may be able to explain the diversity of Christian ethical traditions in a simpler manner than that offered by the ethical absolutist. As such, the thesis argues that a relativistic view ought to be developed.
Head, Jason Paul, "Correct Ethical Traditions: Towards a Defense of Christian Ethical Relativism." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2006.