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Christian-Taoist dialogue on ethics affirms 7 points

November 08, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: “We affirm—because of the fundamental ethical teachings of our religious traditions to do good and avoid evil—that no one can escape the moral responsibility of transforming unjust socioeconomic, political, cultural, religious and legal structures,” participants in the Second Christian-Taoist Colloquium said in their final statement. “We recognize that today’s crisis of ethics requires a rediscovery of universal values based on social justice, integral ecology, as well as the dignity of human life at every stage and circumstance.”

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