Ethics Questions 1) What does Virtual Ethics mean to you? Include ideas and concepts for virtue ethics that are new for you and have significantly enhanced your understanding of ethics. 2) Describe who deserves moral consideration. What is your take on the scope of morality? Using examples from your personal experience. H
Discuss the role of funerals or other after-death rites that people experience today.
Please give analysis of each topics below: How people experience and deal with the topics below. 1. Widow or Widowerhood 2. Dying a good death 3. Hospice care for the dying
What are the stages grief when dealing with death and dying?
Go to: http://www.princeton.edu/~mdaniels/PD/PD.html Answer the following questions: 1. What was the outcome of your game? 2. What strategies did you use? 3. Why were these strategies helpful? 4. Where did you go wrong and why? 5. What conclusions do you draw from this exercise? 6. What ethical theory does this exerci
1. What does ethics mean to you? 2. What are some of the tools of critical thinking for ethics? Have you ever used these? How? 3. Describe some different beliefs about ethical living. Which ones do you tend to agree with more? Is is hard to live ethically? 4. What role do reason, emotion, and intuition play when making
1. Jack, 21, and Barb, 20, have decided to live together for sexual pleasure and also because they enjoy each others company. Barb has decided to take birth control pills, and they have agreed to share the expenses. They have both agreed that if either one wants to break off the relationship, they will part amiably. Do you
How do religion and terrorism become related?
Could you list the The Da Vinci Code Debate Rebuttals? One of the debated issues is whether Jesus was married? Provide evidence that He wasn't. Thanks.
Today some people say we are living in a post-Christian age? What does this mean? (Find a definition and give the source). In what sense might that be truw and what sense might that not be true?
What does this tell on about the nature of the faith? Is such faith possible in the modern world?
What influence does religion have on capital punishment in Asia?
What is the basic definition of Humanism? How would you define "Christian" Humanism? Humanism defies any form of authoritarianism, why? What are the positive uses of acceptable "authority" in religon and the exercise of "authoritarianism"? What is the difference between being a humanist as opposed to being an atheist or
In recent years the universal church of Christ has started to embrace the vision of 'Marketplace Ministry'. Many Christians are now seeing themselves as marketplace ministers, but are we really? Are we to be considered marketplace ministers because we call ourselves by that name?
Summarize the role of religion in Latin America. Do you think the church has played a significant role in Latin America? Why or why not? This is a hard question for me to answer, I was hoping for some insight or an opinion and references for more info.
How has the practice of religion been shaped by American ideals, culture, social norms, politics, and the economy? What have been the major strands of religious growth in America? What have been the greatest challenges to religion and religious practice in America, particularly through our Constitutional mandate of "separation o
How was Chardin able to let people comfortably accept the science of God?
Why did religious or faithful people of his day reject the scientific theory of evolution? Why is science seen as threatening to ones faith in God?
Explore the differences between atheism and agnosticism, and the relations between them. An article of other infromation would be helpful to help get me started on this assignment. Thank you.
Please explain what the history of Agnosticism is? Provide a reference.
Compare Post-modernism, Modernism and Theism on the following four dimensions: Human Nature, Free Will (autonomy), View of Reason, and View of Progress.
Contrast nine views of God or ultimate reality (i.e, monotheism, deism, atheism, etc.). What do each believe?
What are the religious and/or philosophical questions/issues portrayed in the film "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
I'm not sure if I have answered the question. Are there any religious questions portrayed in the film? I mean, I know that to kill a "mockingbird" is a sin but are there any other references. Please take a look at my outline. I need some direction. Thank you