amoral vs immoral : Common Errors in English

About amoral vs immoral

“Amoral” is a rather technical word meaning “unrelated to morality.”When you mean to denounce someone’s behavior, call it “immoral.”

immoral Meaning(s)

  • (a) deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong
  • (s) not adhering to ethical or moral principles

amoral in News

immoral in News

  1. Liberty Baptist Seminary’s Enrollment of Homosexual Activist Called Into Question

    LYNCHBURG – The enrollment of an openly homosexual student at a prominent Baptist theological seminary is being called into question by those who wonder why the institution is seemingly overlooking immoral behavior by those it will be sending out into the ministry. As previously reported, The Atlantic recently published an essay written by Liberty University graduate [...]
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Christian News Network

  2. Congresswoman McCollum calls proposed cuts to food stamp program “immoral”

    Congresswoman Betty McCollum heard testimony against a proposal to cut about $21 billion over 10 years from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The post Congresswoman McCollum calls proposed cuts to food stamp program “immoral” appeared first on The Stillwater Gazette .
    on June 11, 2013 Source: Stillwater Gazette

  3. Sixth Wave of 'Moral Mondays' Continue to 'Shine a Light'

    In the sixth wave of actions against "extreme and immoral" far right policies, North Carolinians Monday are marching on the Governor's office to draw attention to the state's attack on teachers and public education. read more
    on June 10, 2013 Source:

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