Teach them religious and philosophical values, including the idea that some actions are right and others are wrong, regardless of circumstances.
Developmental psychologist, Thomas Lickona
If psychology as a science supports the existence of ‘truths’ regardless of circumstances, in order to encourage the process of evaluating ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, then surely there exists a judge to carry out this absolute judgement?
How could there be ‘right’s and ‘wrong’s, regardless of circumstance, if there was no judge?
And if there was no judge, then why does it matter?
So what if there is a judge, and things do begin to matter, then what?