Something that is considered to be approved of, or that is morally right
Something that is profoundly immoral or wicked
The lapse of humankind into a state of sin, as described in the book of Genesis through the disobedience of Adam and Eve.
The tendency to sin which is in all human beings, which is believed to be inherited from Adam as a consequence of the Fall.
The ability to make a free-choice, between that which is good or evil, without the constraint of fate or something being determined. This suggests moral responsibility.
The belief that God is all-powerful.
The belief that God is all-knowing.
The belief that God is all-loving / good.
The state of undergoing pain, distress, or hardship.
Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behaviour.
The first angel in rebellion against God, responsible for temptation in Chrisitan mythology.
The Old Testament book in which God frees the Israelites from Egypt and gives them laws to live by.
Moral principles that govern a person's behaviour on the conducting of an activity.
The idea that human life is sacred, holy, and precious because it has been created by God.
The standard of health, comfort, and happiness experienced by an individual or group.
The killing and removal of a fetus in order to end a pregnancy.
An ethical position: opposing the deliberate ending of innocent human lives, specifically unborn humans and the terminally ill
A political position: the belief that pregnant women should have the legal right to choose an abortion.
The process of a male and a female sex cell joining and causing a baby to start to form.
In vitro fertilisation is fertility treatment, whereby an egg is fertilised by sperm outside of the body.
Unborn human offspring during the period from approximately the second to the eighth week after fertilisation.
The quality or condition of being an individual person.
the existence of suffering proves there is no God?
the existence of suffering doesnt prove there is no God?
that he agrees with St.Augustine
1) definition 2) my view/opinion 3) illustrate &explain it 4) evidence (like writing) & person who made the evidence
1) intro (my view and main reason) 2) who else has my view or/and who has the opposite and why 3) multiple clear reason for either view 4) remarks/sentences supporting a reason 5)historical or real life example 6) scriptural source (evidence) (with context and author) 7) small explain evidence 8) reference to philosopher/theologians every now and then 9) conclusion
1. moral conscience = knwoledge of right and wrong/good and evil. 2. by becoming aware of our deeply rooted moral principles and value to judge if actions are ethical or not 3. person suffers. suffer is bad we know. so we try to stop suffer. 4. morality has been written & theoried for many centuries by plato, aristotle and st augustine
babies are born as a blank state
there must be a separate and unchanging being that is the source of all other beings. such as god.