One shift that’s taken place in youth culture over the years is the way that kids live out their friendships with their peers. In year’s past, kids were more prone to intervene and warn their friends if they saw their friends making dangerous or immoral choices. It wasn’t always easy to do so, but issuing warnings was seen as being virtuous. But that has shifted over the years as moral relativism has taken root and grown. In today’s world, it is seen as virtuous if you allow and even encourage your friends to choose to do what seems right to them. Even if I believe that your choice is dangerous or immoral, who am I to intervene with a warning? It’s up to you to do what seems right for you. In her book 10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask and Answer About Christianity, Rebecca McLaughlin offers these word of advice: “It’s not offensive and unloving for Christians to tell people that the ship is going down and to plead with them to run to Jesus. It’s offensive and unloving not to!”