The differentiation among intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are good (or right) and bad (or wrong).

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Should Christians uphold unjust laws that are not overtly immoral? [closed]

Inspired by this question, I'm left wondering how Christians ought to respond to laws that are unjust, but not overtly immoral. I think most of us will agree that Christians ought to disregard laws ...
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Is it possible for an atheist to be moral? [closed]

This question is one that hasn't been hit (although it's been approached). Is it possible for a person to not believe in God but live according to a moral standard? Or is belief in God a ...
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Is morality possible apart from God? [closed]

Can an individual live according to Christian morals taught by Jesus, but not live according to the "greatest command" (to "love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with ...
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What does it mean for a society to be moral? [closed]

Inspired by Is a moral society more open to the gospel than an immoral one? There have been many debates going around regarding what constitutes moral or immoral actions; moral or immoral society; ...
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Are people by nature good or are they inherently evil? [closed]

Inspired by the question Is a moral society more open to the gospel than an immoral one?. Are people, by nature, good? Or are people evil by nature? To define these in terms of the world (as ...
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How do human rights and Christianity relate to each other? [closed]

Now it is really getting interesting - this is the third question in a row (after this one and this one). So please make sure you read those two to understand this one in context. Caleb wrote: ...