Category Archives: Ethics

Morality and DNA

What if a century from now we have such a detailed knowledge of genetics that every crime is traced to a specific sequence of genetic instructions?  What if we find a genetic instruction for murder, for lying, for theft, and for rape? … Continue reading

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Your story is missing a chapter

Sometimes the story of your life is missing a chapter.  Those around you are aware of pieces of your story, and they make decisions and judgements in their relationship with you based on that story.  It is not only about … Continue reading

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Love tied to emotions

I am still thinking about the word love.  The word has been misused so much, I am considering my own definitions.   For my purposes, I exclude both erotic love and  the overly casual use of the word.  My definitions … Continue reading

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More problems with love

Love is such a common word.   It is used by the religous and by the non-religious.  It used by parents and by celebrities.  But, I am confused.  It is confusing to me how to take this one word and … Continue reading

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The Problem With Love

As often as happened in my journey, I reach a time of reflection.  The destination seems close, yet so far away.  Then, a glimmer of hope appears, and I glimpse another path to take. This week, I see another path … Continue reading

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Relationships between humans

The focus of my journey has been on the relationship between God and Humans, and between Humans and God.  In both my pastor’s message last week and a comment by Pastor Ken Ranos, I was reminded that in my journey I am … Continue reading

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