Hello, and thanks for the question.
Is there a word-length requirement? When is the deadline. Do you have a specific moral question in mind?
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Hope this helps!
Sorry, but per site rules there can't be any exchange of personally identifying info like email addresses. The best way to address a question directly to me is to simply begin your post with "For Chris M." I'll see it on the list of open questions and reply ASAP. I hope the response to the question on moral relativism was helpful.
I have two more smaller questions for you- that are due next week- thursday
Can a person be skeptical about everything, or are there limits? Is it possible to doubt everything, or almost everything? Are there beliefs you possess that cannot be challenged or shown to be false? How might the skeptic respond to your claim that such a belief cannot be doubted? Identify one such specific belief and present your response to the skeptic. (If you don't have such a belief, explain how one could live while not accepting any claim as true.)
Question #2- In order to successfully complete this week's assignments, watch the following MSNBC video clip from Bing Videos:
Creationism and Science
After watching the video, explain what the basic issue is about teaching creationism (or Intelligent Design) in public school science classes. Indicate how you would resolve this dispute. Be sure to support your answer. Respond and reply to your fellow students.
I can help you with these provided you chose to "accept" my previous answer if it was helpful. Remember that experts only receive payment when you "accept" an answer. This is not to coerce you into accepting an answer, but understand that there is little motivation to provide answers when it is dubtful they will be "accepted."
Yes, I can do them by then. I can post the first one tomorrow and the second on Saturday.
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Just waiting for your response to the answer above before I upload the one for Creationism and Science.