Relativism and Immutability of Values and the Impact of this on the Upbringing of Offspring
Dr. Tamam Odeh Abdullah Al-Assaf
Associate Professor of Islamic Law, University of Jordan/ Faculty of Shari’ah, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
To face the external challenges and social changes it is necessary to achieve the sound and integrated formation of juveniles and youth. This formation cannot be achieved except if the young acquire the religious, moral, social and economic values, in addition to the principles and pillars that bolster those values, based on which life becomes upright in all societies. Moreover, some values are fixed and immutable which all should adhere to, and conform voluntarily to, and others are flexible, and expansive, whereby the young are able to crystallize their positions within their framework, emphatically where there is no infringement of an Islamic stipulation or rule.
Keywords: values, social changes, juveniles (the young), family
Cite this article:
Al-Assaf, T.O.A. (2019). Relativism and Immutability of Values and the Impact of this on the Upbringing of Offspring. International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science, 7(6), 69-91.