Ethics gone wild

"Business Profs Rethinking Ethics Classes" is a great article on how teaching ethics without heart change [recognizing moral wrongs against God, repenting for them and accepting forgiveness from God] is worse for the students:
At the end of the semester, the number of students in a simulated trading room who were caught in misconduct or misusing information for insider trading was significantly higher than at the beginning. The students said, "You taught us how to do it," Buono recalled.
If you ask me, trying to teaching ethics without moral absolutes will only be teaching information which, in this case, can easily be used to better avoid capture. Much as TV programs like CSI teaches the would-be-criminals how to avoid getting caught....