Why do you think people sometimes act against their personal moral judgement?
Selfishness being the major factor. Take for instance a thief, they know better, but the prize awaits them if they can get away with it.
I think its oftentimes because we're a social species and we tend to do whatever everyone around us is doing even if we have problems with it. Go find an article about The Stanford Prison Experiment. It's a difficult question with a complex answer that we may never totally understand.
by zoja123 8 years ago
Why are people against gays, homosexuals, bi's, and lesbians?They should be able to be who they want to be right?
by haj3396 9 years ago
only that if you are judging weather a person is going to heaven are hell, then that's something you can not judge.
by Jack Lee 4 years ago
After a major hurricane hit Purto Rico dead on, why is it so difficult to get them help? Food, water, and basic necessities...? We are only a few hundred miles away. There are ships and air transports and all kinds of relief efforts by private charities and our US military. There are many cruise...
by SEXYLADYDEE 9 years ago
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by JaxsonRaine 9 years ago
As long as I'm not harming anybody else, why won't you let me do what I want?Why won't you let me accept a job offer that includes a requirement that I exercise three times a week?Why won't you let me sign a contract, allowing someone to beat me with a wooden dowel in exchange for money?Why won't...
by Matthew Dawson 11 years ago
If a sin is a sin and not one is greater than the next why is it so many believers and non believers convict and judge each other?Is it truly because we as Christians fear that the one we are judging may see our sin and lust of the world? What is your thoughts on this subject
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