Do you believe a person’s religious views should effect their treatment of others? Explain your answer. I do not think a person’s religious views should effect the treatment of others. I think everyone should be treated with respect it does not matter what religion they are or whether or not they go to church. In your opinion, does the humble generosity described in column 2 exist in today’s world? Is so, where? Is it a valued trait? I believe there are many people that are humbled and have generosity: you just do not heat about them because they do not draw the attention as the out spoken greed from the people that are taking advantage from religion. How would you rewrite the biblical story with a modern setting and modern characters and still illustrate the same point? What setting and set of circumstances would best illustrate your
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2010 for the course PHILOSOPHY Pil/105 taught by Professor Danhenke during the Spring '10 term at Phoenix School of Law.