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Is Ethical Relativism Correct? To put it simply, it is what to be or can be considered ethical or moral can vary from one culture, group of people, or even from one person to another.1 Moral beliefs are relative, and some people are dependent on them and other are not. It is how we could think of promises and how they can be defined in many ways. It is just depending on the context or perspective that one is focusing on in their writing or conversation. People care and are of a function of what those individuals or societies believe. In the book of Romans, we are reminded that “The mind governed by the flesh is hostile to God; it does not submit to God's law, nor can it do so.” (Romans 8:7 New International Version). From a Christian point of view, keeping one’s promises is not only morally important, it is demanded of us in God’s Holy Word. In the Book of Numbers, we are reminded that “When a man makes a vow to the Lord or takes an oath to

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