Reformed Theology Question about whether the morality of an action can depend on the extent of knowledge about the situation.  Calvinism

Question about whether the morality of an action can depend on the extent of knowledge about the situation.

Reformed Theology Question about whether the morality of an action can depend on the extent of knowledge about the situation.  Calvinism
Question about whether the morality of an action can depend on the extent of knowledge about the situation.

A friend of mine asked me to cover some of his lectures because of religious (non-Christian) holidays he observes.

If he didn't tell me what he needed me for, there would not be a problem. But since I know what it's for, is it wrong for me to agree to this?

In both cases, I'm responsible for enabling these religious observances. The only difference is whether I'm aware of being responsible for enabling these religious observances.

Do you guys have opinions on this?

A friend of mine asked me to cover some of his lectures because of religious (non-Christian) holidays he observes.If he didn’t tell me what he needed me for, there would not be a problem. But since I know what it’s for, is it wrong for me to agree to this?In both cases, I’m responsible for enabling these religious observances. The only difference is whether I’m aware of being responsible for enabling these religious observances.Do you guys have opinions on this?
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