Robert Lewis Dabney was the great Southern Presbyterian theologian and professor of ethics during the late 1800s, who provides a helpful polemic against moral relativism.
The Revolution is essentially an epistemic rebellion against the authority and will of God. This epistemic rebellion was rightly identified by our conservative fathers as the soul of the Revolution underlying all its socio-political manifestations.
To be human is to be a responsible agent, accountable before the face of God. Paganism and secularism alike seek to deny that responsibility — either by denying God or by denying culpability.
There is no argument that a married couple will not always see eye to eye, due to the diversity of wills and competing desires. When we create harmony in a marriage relationship, we are increasing the unity of that which is already diverse, namely, the diversity of two wills.