Do absolute moral statements (e.g., ”Thou shall not kill” (Exodus 20:13)) work in every situation? Can there be exceptions to absolutes? If so, in what sense are they absolutes? Explain. (4-6) sentences


Imagine you are a business executive in a country where offering bribes to government officials is a standard (though technically illegal) practice. What would you do? (4-6) sentences

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