My short story "A Matter of Principle" was just published in Bewildering Stories:

"I'm not sure I follow you, Charles," I said. "I hear your words clearly enough, but I do not fully grasp their meaning. This issue of moral relativism--do you really mean to say that nothing is inherently good or evil?"

"That is exactly what I mean," he replied. "And note your use of the word 'inherently'. Consider the case of the wife who poisons her husband. You might think that a clear-cut evil deed. What if I told you the husband beat his wife nightly until she was black and blue and that he threatened to kill her if she contacted the police?"