- Explain what is meant by relative morality. 
- To what extent are relativist ethics the best approach to genetic engineering? 
- Explain the main ethical principles of the religion you have studied with regard to genetic engineering. 
- 'Religious ethics prevents progress in genetic engineering.' 
- Explain how a follower of Natural Law might respond to issues raised by genetic engineering. 
- ‘Genetic engineering is ethically justified .’ Discuss. 
See a sample answer for a similar question on Kant and Genetic Engineering.
The following exam question is written by OCR:
(a) Explain why some people believe that there are no moral absolutes. 
(b) ‘Issues of genetic engineering need absolute rules; there can be no individual circumstances which allow exceptions to be made.’ Discuss. 
(taken from the OCR website)
From the same website, the following is an A2 question (it is possible, but uncommon, to take Religious Ethics 2 for AS and Religious Ethics 1 for A2). The style of question is more challenging, but well worth having a go at for AS students:
How useful is a Utilitarian approach to issues of genetic engineering? 
The following A2 question was from the Ethics 2 paper. Questions at A2 can cover any of the issues in AS or A2, as this question from June 2007 shows:
'Absolutist ethics prevent progress in genetic engineering.' Discuss. 
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