Reflecting on the Islamic Moral Rating System Islam has five categories for behaviors, rather than just the simple ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ common in our culture. The categories are: I. Actions that are compulsory and must be done. II. Actions that are recommended. III. Actions to be decided by conscience because there is no clear guidance. IV. Actions that are not forbidden, but are disliked or disapproved of. V. Actions that are forbidden and should never be done A. What do you think of this kind of rating of actions? B. Is it helpful to have more options? C. Do these particular options seem like good ones? D. What would a moral rating system look like, if you designed it? Think about these questions and write about two pages reflecting on the idea of a more detailed moral rating system.
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