6 edition of Making Moral Decisions (High School Textbooks) found in the catalog.
Making Moral Decisions (High School Textbooks)
Richard J. Reichert
by Saint Mary"s Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||191|
Short Stories About Choices and Consequences These stories feature a character with an important decision to make, or characters who have already made important decisions. Often we’re shown their options, and given some insight into their decision-making process. While there is agreement about the reality of God’s moral will, there are differences about the extent to which that moral will provides guidance in the presence of making specific decisions. The traditional view holds that the Bible (God’s moral will) gives most of the guidance needed to make a decision; but, additionally, knowing God’s.
Title: Making Moral Decisions Format: Paperback Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic Weight: 12 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWFormat: Paperback. Product Description. Item #E. This comprehensive primer examines the hows and whys of making choices that withstand ethical scrutiny. With realistic examples and a step-by-step decision-making model, this easy-to-read booklet is ideal .
Moral decision making comprises decisions that are subject to generally accepted and culturally shaped moral norms of behavior (Reynolds and Ceranic, ;Moll and Schulkin, ). Perhaps you can imagine how two individuals who use different moral foundations to make their moral decisions could struggle to see eye-to-eye (or even have a productive conversation). To give a concrete example, let’s look at an issue such as the legalization of gay marriage, which has been a contentious topic in our country over the past year.
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Moral decision making is understandably a difficult and sometimes daunting task, but in light of the freedom that is bestowed by the gospel, responsible living is possible. Within the confines of one's personal life, as well as within one's church and social communities, a spirit of love can be acted out towards one's neighbor.4/5(1).
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In Making Choices he describes why we find decision-making so difficult and living with our choices even harder. With penetrating wisdom, good humor, and common sense, Peter Kreeft draws a map through the everyday jungle of moral choices, one simple enough for the believer and convincing enough for the skeptic.4/5.
Get this from a library. Making ethical decisions. [Michael S Josephson; Joseph & Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics.] -- Rewritten and redesigned forthis comprehensive primer examines the hows -- and whys -- of making choices that are ethical.
With realistic examples and a step-by-step decision-making model. The Parables of Jesus Aid in Moral Choosing. Parables favor the making of impartial moral decisions.
The parable evades much prejudice and puts new truth gracefully into the mind and does all this with the arousal of a minimum of the self-defense of personal resentment. ~ The Urantia Book, - Topical Studies Index Page.
Moral Decision Making book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is an excellent series of lectures on moral philosophy and how it relates to a number of topics in our everyday lives. Making optimal ethical decisions requires careful reasoning and frequently the will and courage to follow a course that /5.
Examples of moral decisions can range from large quandaries like whether to legalize abortion or go to war, through to everyday decisions like keeping money found in the street or using a neighbor's Wi-Fi without them knowing. Various philosophers have discussed how to approach moral decisions, including Kant, Aristotle and Jeremy Bentham.
Using critical incidents or cases to illustrate ethical points, Jersild examines such contemporary issues as euthanasia, employment and one's sense of vocation, homosecuality, and more. Making Moral Decisions () by Paul JersildFormat: Paperback.
It shows how the choices they make every day determine their character, and the course of their lives. Teenage decision making uses the Six Pillars of Character as guides for their moral compass, this booklet walks teens through a step-by-step process for teenage decision making of tough choices today, and in the years ahead.
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By Peter Kreeft Item #DC We are faced with countless choices every day, but many of us find decision making difficult—and living with our choices even harder. With penetrating wisdom, good humor, and common sense, Peter Kreeft tackles tough questions such as.
Making Moral Decisions (Paperback) By Paul T. Jersild. Augsburg Fortress Publishing,pp. Publication Date: March 1, List Price: * * Individual store prices may vary. Description. The question "What am I to do?" needs the balance and completion of "What are we to do?" With clarity and insight Jersild addresses the.
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book, and candle of.Free 2-day shipping. Buy Making Moral Decisions - eBook at Making moral decisions are complex and are connected to different contexts. You are being asked to do an ethical analysis as compared to a political, religious, or economic one.
Your research topic or case study focuses on a moral dilemma and probably has several different proposals or solutions to your dilemma.