What We ValueHow often do you read the Bible?
"Can't see beyond the end of their nose."
Many people say that you can make moral choices based upon the consequences. But there is a problem with that. How do you make a good choice when faced with various alternatives? Join Josh as he continues his discussion on "Right From Wrong." The first three reasons that people usually give of why something is right or wrong is: 1) their parents taught them, 2) their church taught them, or 3) b/c of the consequences (it hurts people). Using his example of why lying is wrong, Josh will take a moment to explain about immediate consequences -- good and bad.