Christian moral principles

Christian Moral Principles    (Developments in Christian Thought 3a)

  1. What four sources of moral authority might a Christian refer to when making a decision?
  2. What is the difference between propositional and non propositional revelation?
  3. Those who take a propositional view of the Bible will believe what?
  4. Give two strengths of this view.
  5. Give two weaknesses of this view
  6. How would you define tradition?
  7. What is Sacred Tradition in the RC Church?
  8. How is the Anglican Church different on their view on tradition?
  9. Give two positives of using Tradition as a source of moral authority.
  10. Give two negatives of using tradition as a source of moral authority
  11. What is reason?
  12. Give two strengths of using reason to make a moral decision
  13. Give two negatives of using reason to make a decision
  14. What is Agape?
  15. If you were writing about Agape which two thinkers should you mention?
  16. What has Pope Francis said about love?
  17. Give two reasons why Christians may argue that Christian ethics is distinctive
  18. Give two reasons to say why Christian ethics is not distinctive.
  19. Give two reasons to say why some Christians would say that ethics is personal.
  20. Give two reasons to say why some Christians would say that ethics is communal.
  21. Give two reasons why someone might argue that Agape is enough to live a good life.
  22. Give two reasons why someone might say that Agape is not enough to live a good life.
  23. Why might someone argue that the Bible is a comprehensive moral guide?
  24. Why might someone argue that the Bible is not a comprehensive moral guide?
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