How Can The Conscience Have A Moral Pattern?

2070 WordsFeb 2, 20179 Pages
We have a conscience. Basically, if we do what is good, we feel well. If we do what is bad, we feel bad. There is no way to deny this truth. The conscience itself bring us to something, I mean, help us to conclude about actions or words that we have done/said. I wonder, and I would like to ask you this first question, how can the conscience have a moral pattern? From where it comes the outline, concerning what is right or wrong? Intuitively, I believe that we all know the answer. All people, in their inmost been, know it. Still, the majority just despise it and keep trying to appease their own minds. People are discouraged to change, being taught to make up their minds instead. In the view of that, many people avoid the act of stopping…show more content…
I strongly disagree with this affirmation, given the fact that is a false statement itself. I like to think about it by this very simple illustration (I have repeated this for many years). If a doctor says to a patient, “You have cancer!”, and the patient just try to flee from this reality assuming not to be true, he will never be healed, and will consequently die. His acceptance of the fact will not change the fact itself. This is obvious as two and two is four. Concerning our relationship with God is pretty much the same. He is trying to talk with humanity every day. Denying an absolute truth will not change the destiny of mankind. Unless people listen to his words, accepting his peace, love and life - for all that God offers is good - changing their lives in a realistic way, the world will suffer the consequences of its own bad deeds, dying without hope. It is not God who will punish them, it is people themselves who decide for keeping in disobedience. C.S Lewis said it best when he wrote, “There are only two kinds of people in the end: those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, in the end, ‘Thy will be done’.” God is kindly talking to help us decide. The word of God is the third way we have to know him. The nature, the conscience, and his word. Jesus said, “If anyone hears my words and does not keep them, I do not judge him; for I did not come to judge the world but to save the world. The one who rejects me and does not receive my words
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