Culture relativism is the view that all beliefs, customs, and ethics are relative to the individual within his own social context. In other words ''right'' and ''wrong'' are cultural specific; what is considered moral in one society may be considered immoral in another. Since no universal standard of morality exists, no one has the right to judge another society's customs. Cultural relativism is widely accepted in modern anthropology. Cultural relativists believe that all cultures are worthy in their own right and are equal value. Diversity of is not to be considered in the terms of rights and wrong or bad or good. Today anthropologists consider all cultures to be equally legitimate expressions of human existence to be example of cultural relativism is when President Bush in January 2002 referred to terrorist nations as an ''axis of evil.'' The statement was spark that grew into the flames of the Middle East war.
The current movement to understand radical Islam rather than to fight it is sign that relativism is making gains in the understanding of people in our culture. The cultural relatives believe westerners should not impose their ideas on the Islamic world, including the idea that the suicide bombing of civilians is evil. Islamic belief in the necessity in jihad is just as valid as any belief in Western Civilization. The relativist says for the attacks of all 9/11 as the terrorist.
As Christians, we value all people, regardless of culture, because we recognize that all people are created in the image of God. We understand that diversity of culture is a beautiful thing; thee difference in food, clothing, and language, should be presented and appreciated. We know that because of sin, not all beliefs and practices within a culture and godly or culturally beneficial. Truth is not subjective,