Christian ethics

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  • Christian Ethics

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    “Ethics deals with what is morally right and wrong. Christian Ethics deals with what is morally right and wrong for a Christian.” -Norman Geisler (Christian Ethics: Options and Issues, 17) Christian Ethics: Contemporary Issues & Options, Second Edition by Norman L. Geisler In this thorough update of a classic textbook, noted Christian thinker Norman Geisler evaluates contemporary ethical options (such as antinomianism, situation ethics, and legalism) and pressing issues of the day (such as

  • The Ethics Of Revelational Christian Ethics

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    paper is to show that Revelational Christian Ethics is a viable metaethical approach to Business. This ethical theory is a prescriptive and a concrete expression of objective reality. It exemplifies the core values and teachings of Jesus Christ as the foundation of morality and guiding principles for ethical conduct, treatment of others, as well corporate leadership decisions that affect the environment, community, and economics. Revelational Christian Ethics is the discovery and the study of God’s

  • Kantian Ethics and Christian Ethics

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    Kantian Ethics and Christian Ethics Immanuel Kant the founder of the "Categorical Imperative" (CI) argues that morality is based on standards of rationality. Therefore, to act in disaccord with the CI is to act irrationally or immorally. In comparison to Christianity, to act immorally is to act in disagreement with God's laws. Kant's CI is formulated into three different ways, which include: The Universal Law Formulation, The Humanity or End in Itself Formulation, and The Kingdom of Ends Formulation

  • Christian Ethics : The Bible

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    Ryan DeHooge Mr. Ingram Christian Ethics 6 May 2017 Christian Ethics Summary By definition, ethics is the branch of philosophy dealing with what is morally right and wrong. As a Christian, ethics takes on a whole new meaning because it bases what is right or wrong on what the Bible teaches us. I have gained a lot of spiritual and Biblical knowledge this year in the study of Christian ethics. In class we discussed numerous teachings from the Bible in which Jesus shares God’s spiritual and moral

  • A Christian Ethic For Business Essay

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    A Christian Ethic for Business: Journal 2 After reading A Christian Ethic for Business, by Alexander Hill, I reflected on the information throughout the article on how to integrate a Biblical worldview into business. In business we are faced with many challenges that will test our morals and Christian beliefs. Personally I was raised and taught to be the same person at home as you are in business, by treating people with kindness and consideration. More importantly, your word should match your

  • Analysis Of The Revelational Christian Ethic

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    responsibility that all Christians have an ethical moral duty to address. Though there are many secular organizations and individuals that offer help and assistance to those in need, poverty is something that all Christians must try to alleviate. Turning a blind eye, waiting for someone else to step up, and taking the stance that people in poverty deserve to be poor, are all incorrect attitudes as well as non-Biblical stances. I will be using the Revelational Christian Ethic to both show what, according

  • Christian Ethics And Sexual Misconduct

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    Christian Ethics and Sexual Misconduct What is Christian Ethics? Can pastoral care be separated from Christian ethics? What is sexual harassment or misconduct? Is it ethical to serve in Christian ministry if one frequently engages in sexual misconduct? As we attempt to answer these questions in the next few pages, we’ll get into some areas where most people may feel a little uneasy. On the other hand, these are areas and topics the church should (and must) address responsibly to clearly and lovingly

  • Christian Worldview And Business Ethics

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    progressing; meaning ethics and social responsibility will become increasingly fundamental towards long term business success. There are many different principles on which to reflect when it comes to moral reasoning from a Christian worldview as it relates to business. The three basic pairs of principles are integrity and sustainability, competence and compassion, along with unity and participation. Christians are should exhibit personal ethics that represent the image of Jesus. Personal ethics is defined

  • Analysis Of The Revelational Christian Ethic

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    issue that all Christians have an ethical and moral duty to address. Although there are many secular organizations and individuals who offer support and assistance to those in need, Christians must become involved in efforts to alleviate poverty. Ignoring the issue, waiting for someone else to assume responsibility, and/or believing that people in poverty deserve to be poor, are all incorrect attitudes, as well as non-Biblical responses. I will be using the Revelational Christian Ethic to show, according

  • An Interdisciplinary Approach To Christian Ethics

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    one often engages in the process of moral reflection without even taking conscious note of it. Aana Vigen describes the nature of this process in her work “Conclusion” from the book God, Science, Sex, Gender: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Christian Ethics. The first step in contemplating a moral quandary is to stop and think about what you know, and then question that information (Vigen 242). It is important to keep an open mind during this part of the process, so as to consider other interpretations