I wonder if you have been asked to not use the term "free agency" because
the word "free" might connote to some people that one can use their agency
"free" of any consequences. Sure, we have free use of our agency but must
accept that any decision has consequences, good or bad; we are not "FREE"
of those consequences. And, so I wonder if that's the reason... When I
teach YW lessons, I make a conscious effort to not use that term.
Heidi the fair
> [Original Message]
> From: Jon Spencer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> Date: 10/4/2002 7:08:19 PM
> Subject: Re: [ZION] To act or to be acted upon
> In CES, we have been instructed to NOT use the phrase "free agency," but
> rather use "moral agency." What the reason is, I do not know.
> Marc A. Schindler wrote:
> Can't say as I disagree with anything you write. Perhaps the ambiguity of
> word "free" is what has led to a decrease in popularity of the term "free
> in favour of "moral agency."
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