Summing up moral relativism, Friedrich Nietzsche, the German philosopher who gave us Nazism and the Columbine shooters wrote, “You have your way, I have my way. As for the right way, it does not exist.”
The danger of moral relativism is that it’s not anchored in global, timeless absolutes. So things can change and so things do change. Moral relativism creates infinite deviancy because the whole philosophy is built on hypocrisy and contradictions.
But the Christian worldview provides a set of solid standards and global authority that can be confidently followed. The Creator God, who revealed Himself in Scripture, is the standard and authority for all moral standards.