It is a contradiction to maintain there is no existing objective moral order and then condemn the actions of Muslims, who are killing people for Allah.
It is illogical for people to condemn the “right” of another person to live out his or her faith by killing others if they truly believe that each person has the right to his or her own god and religion. If their god tells them to kill, who is to say they are wrong to kill? By what authority?
Most Americans believe that everything is relative and culture determines what is moral. That culture can be whatever people want it to be in a “free” society that absolutely rejects the idea of an objective moral order. Why the outrage?
Ronnie Bock, Clovis