Good vs. Evil Choice vs. Dictation Freedom vs. Compliance Rights vs. Priviledges At what point do we draw the line beween these things? At what point does any Government or agency rightfully have juristiction in fixing policy on ANY of it? What possible justification is there to ever dictate and punnish actions purely on narrow moralistic mores? At what point do we separate the teachings of Religion from the support frameworks of Law? Is Law supposed to be a deterrant, a way to "fix" problems in society or a code of conduct with attatched penalization? ( 3 choices here) Is the function of government to prevent the citizenry from making moral mistakes by removing the option of making those mistakes "legally" or is it the function of government to protect the populus only from defineable and practical dangers? Is not the central theme in life to learn these distinctions through personal experience? Is not the concept of Rote learning the LEAST effective means of conveying understanding?