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Bible unit 3 Ethics Test.
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The study of why and how we make moral choices
The belief that some thing are right or wrong no matter the people, times, or situation
Individual moral relativism
The belief that ethical standards change according to individual preferences
Cultural moral relativiam
The belief that ethical standards change according to society
Which worldviews hold to an absolute standards of ethics
Christian, Judaism, and Islam
Biblical ethics teach us that God is concerned with what?
Our Actions and Thoughts. Do and Think.
Which worldview(s) has a relativistic foundation for deciding right and wrong?
True or false, Moral relativism is the belief that you get your morals from your preferences
True or false, God doesn't give us His commandments because He does not love us and wants to keep us from Protection.
Because there is no God, the _______________ bases his or her ethics on personal preferences.
Who should rights the Rules, God or Us
Why did Jesus equate hatred to murder and lust to adultery
Your thoughts and intentions are just as important.
When asked what the greatest commandment was, what answer did Jesus give?
Love God love others
Does God have reason for Hid commands and rules? Where does true liberty come from?
Yes, He loves and cares for us wants the best for us. Living out according to His ways.
Explain two problems with moral relativism
1. Somethings that should never be done.
2. Make own right and wrong, it leads to War!
3. Choices that you make might not be fair to the other.
Does the Bible explain what to do morally do in every situation? If so, where does it say that?If, not then how can you know what to do in those gray or confusing areas that the Bible doesn't specifically address?
No, Ask these questions. Does it help you? Does it Glorify God? Build up your body of Christ? Is it addicting? Does it make others stumble?
BE able to Walk through the essay question on can I watch whatever I want?
HOw do you come to a "Biblical worldview" of issues like using your smartphone, watching movies, and listening to music? Explain your answer Biblically. Walk me through your process of determining what is morally acceptable for you to watch or listen to based on Biblical Principles.
If there is no Absolute Standard of _____________, then we are left with conflicting opinions.
is the belief that you get your morals from your preferences.
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