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Description

An exploration of how one man's life was built on lies, drugs and theft for over 20 years. A personal struggle led him to rediscover faith, which he describes as a 'small miracle'.
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24 February 2005

Classroom Ideas

Students could debate the question of whether it is ever morally right to lie eg should doctors tell their patients the truth about a poor diagnosis? Students could research the different approach to the question made in consequential ethics (relative) and absolute ethics (deontological) before discussing as a group the merits of each approach.

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