I believe the Lord has already put a conscience deep inside me that guides me to judge right from wrong. It is a self-defense mechanism that protects me from external temptations and helps me know if my heart aligns with the Lord’s heart. But the red line between right and wrong becomes thinner via globalization. It initiates a long debate on the root of our conscience, and the debate blurs our moral judgment. Our moral judgment is more like a nurtured quality in the cultural view. Unacceptable behavior in one culture may be applauded in another. Even the ten commandments: “not kill,” “not commit adultery,” and “not steal”.. could be questioned, for we can always find occasions for “rational kill,” “rational adultery,” and “rational steal.” Does it come to your mind that the view is more of an excuse for the evil that makes sin rational? Our moral judgment still has many commonalities across cultures. It is, to a certain extent, rooted in human nature. “People know the truth about God because he has made it obvious to them. Since the world’s creation, God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made. – Romans 1:19-20.” We have no excuse for not knowing the Lord and His will.