A man contemplating a major moral decision decides that it would be best to hear the opinions of religious leaders in order to make the best decision.
First he goes before a protestant minister who tells him what it is he must do.
Next he goes before a rabbi who tells him the story of a man he once knew who knew a man. In all the conversation leaves him with more questions, and not a single answer to his original one.
Last, he goes before a catholic priest. He tells the priest his question, and the priest sits silent.