The law of God is stated in absolute terms. The phrases thou shalt and thou shalt not are not ambiguous. They clearly define what one should do and what he should not do. But such absolutes are not popular with many who desire to do what they should not and have little inclination to do what they should. To them, what is right for one person may be wrong for another or vice versa; moral issues are not really black and white; they are varying shades of gray. Consequently, one should never be so naïve as to take anything absolutely but rather consider all the nuances others might see in the issue before passing judgment on it.
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