He also used CS Lewis' book, The Abolition of Man, as required course reading, which I still will go back and reread occasionally. It's a short book that argues against moral relativism and rejects the premise that you can't have axiomatic right and wrong. Highly recommended reading if either of you haven't run across it yet.
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