Are Christians arrogant when we say we know the truth? Is it morally acceptable for us to say we have access to truth that applies to every person? Or are we being offensive and rude, trying to impose our version of truth on everyone else?
This addresses one of popular objections to Christianity. I've heard it a lot from comedian Bill Maher. This is definitely a lecture worth listening to. It intrigues me because the objection presupposes that morality and truth are relative. If they are relative how can you condemn anyone for being arrogant? Calling someone "arrogant" is making a negative claim about a person and they know it.
Arrogant Christianity? MP3 Audio by Tom Gilson - Apologetics 315