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Then, with that identification in hand, move on to the moral questions.
Choices are made; moral questions and dilemmas emerge.
Apart from the moral questions whether it be about abortion, women in the Church or homosexuality, what of the issues of HIV/AIDS?
Perhaps the most refreshing aspect of the film is that it does not get bogged down in the moral questions of abortion and is more concerned with the general plight of women in 1950s England.
If nothing else, the results remind us that our citizenry is profoundly divided on the political and moral questions of our time.
In anticipating our discussion of Christian views of same-sex behavior, it is significant for students to begin to take the step from the particular identification that there is no single "Hindu" response to ecology, to the universal recognition that different persons within the same tradition often have conflicting responses to moral questions.
Nikki Giovanni raises deep moral questions by showing the fragility of life with her own illness, and by reaching out to others who are/were dying, including letters to Susan Smith, the white woman who drowned her children and claimed a black man had hijacked her car.
What's troubling about the bishops' new crusade is that it implies that one church's view of contentious social and moral questions should somehow hold sway, even if it conflicts with constitutional principles and the values of a free and open republic," Lynn continued.
This work is driven by a conversation on the intricacies of its own making and is threaded through with moral questions about the world in which we live.
Relativism is fine for the big moral questions, where we can never know for sure, but in arbitrary realms like form and usage even small doses of relativism are lethal.
Here are some of the moral questions Josie and John agonize over: the meaning of patriotism and the use of violence; an individual's search for his or her own answers about right and wrong; judgment and forgiveness, including forgiving and accepting oneself.