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Our economic morality & the ethic of Jesus

Harry Frederick Ward

Our economic morality & the ethic of Jesus

by Harry Frederick Ward

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

  • Business ethics,
  • Christian ethics,
  • Social ethics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harry F. Ward.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination329 p.
    Number of Pages329
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17363112M

    The only ethical teachings now compared by any one with those of Jesus are the ethics found in the Buddhist writings. Let us gladly recognize all in these that is true and wholesome, and the great good they have done on a wide scale in the Asiatic world, as supplanting .   We can't do it without you. Support local journalism with our BEST DEAL EVER! Question: Last week, I reached into the Book of Isaiah for .

    The Foundation of Pauline Ethics. The language of this passage reflects the cosmic idiom of Colossian Christology (compare ), and the ideas it expresses are thoroughly Pauline. Three of these ideas are especially important for understanding his moral instruction. The . To devote all, or even most, of our time, energy, money, and strategy to putting a façade of morality on the world or over our governmental and political institutions is to badly misunderstand our roles as Christians in a spiritually lost world. God has above all else called the church to bring sinful people to salvation through Jesus Christ.

    1. An understanding of our moral and ethical past 2. An understanding of the moral and ethical climate of our contemporary society 3. The construction of a paradigm (the building of a framework) for effective moral thinking,deciding, and acting 4. Testing one's moral paradigm on real life moral dilemmas. The results of economic analysis also lead directly to ethical issues. For example, one result of the nineteenth- and twentieth-century debate over capitalism and socialism is a general consensus that capitalism is effective at producing wealth and socialism is effective at keeping people poor. Advocates of capitalism use these results to argue that capitalism is good; others might respond.

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