VIDEO: Millennials, moral relativism and the “Me” generation

By Thomas Willis
Jan 24, 2014

Do Millennials embrace moral relativism and focus on their own desires, more than any previous generation?

Matthew Arbo, assistant professor of Christian ethics at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, talks to Thomas Willis, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, about the Christian witness to the Millennial generation and shaping their view of ethics.

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