Can religion teach its sexual “norms” and still respect those that don’t share those beliefs?

You have to have read, or have access to the following books:
Wogaman, J. Philip. Christian Ethics: A Historical Introduction
Ramsey, Paul. Basic Christian Ethics.
Budziszewski, Janusz. What we can’t not know: A guide.***********YOU ARE FREE TO PICK A TOPIC***********Utilizing the arguments presented within our required reading (Wogaman, Ramsey and Budziszewski), write on how the the tensions within Christianity and Ethics might navigate the following issues… Abortion: beginnings of life vs freedom of choice
Euthanasia: value of life vs dignity in death
Genetic engineering
Reproductive technologies
Sexual promiscuity: are there any legitimate bounds for sexual activity anymore?
Crime and Punishment
Capital Punishment
Drug Abuse: cultural and legal responses
Drug legalization: is prohibition “moral” or merely seasonal?
Cultural transition of “family:” nuclear family extinction? What’s the new norm?
Sexual Orientation:
Ecology and the Environment
Media, gaming and the visual culture
Government and Civil DisobedienceAgain, it’s essential that the paper use arguments, tensions or background figures from the required reading. The final paper MAY NOT become the student’s “soap box” or sermon. Avoid use of the first person writing (“I believe” or “In my opinion”). Use of Bible verses is acceptable, but a rationale for their use must be put forth. Minimum of 5 sources must be used to make your argument. Critical thinking is a must. Soapbox papers will be graded down, as well as agenda papers or preachy papers. The biggest violators are often those with a religious axe to grind. Keep it objective and scholarly. Write with detached neutrality. Identify the tensions and cite sources responsibly, conforming to MLA formatting.