The Pontifical Biblical Commission has defended the authority and interpretation of the Holy Bible for over 100 years, convening to study, analyze, and discuss the interpretation of Scripture in the modern world, or to evaluate a potentially controversial interpretation or pronouncement on Scripture. Having fulfillment in our life is a desire rooted in the human heart. Our behavior is a testament to this desire—but while it can agree with that of others, often is clashes. For Christians, the Bible is an indispensible reference for moral norms, which guide our behavior away from traumatic clashes and into peaceful accord. But Scripture is nearly 1900 years old. How can its moral norms—which belong to distant cultures whose life conditions were very different than today’s—be relevant now? The Bible and Morality sets out to establish a method of analyzing the Bible’s standards of morality it sets forth.