Are you sure?
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Often we know when we're confused. On a country road stretching for miles without landmarks or signs, or in the crowded downtown section of a strange city, even if we have bundles of maps, our state of uncertainty may be obvious. Or perhaps we are facing a major decision with no clear-cut direction.
At other times confusion isn't so apparent. For example, some people may sail along, at least for a while, outside the discipline— and protection—of the moral guidance provided in the Ten Commandments and Christ Jesus' Sermon on the Mount. Except perhaps for a vague uneasiness, they may be largely unaware of any moral confusion.
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