Archive for 'Religious Ethics'

Meet Harriet Beecher Stowe

Posted on23. Feb, 2009 by .

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Mary McCauley asked: My upbringing was in a strict Protestant family. With a father like Lyman Beecher, who was considered one of the leading religious orators of the times, I had no recourse but to be bestowed the heritage of religious ethics. Our entire family was imbued with holy rights and unholy wrongs. Father was […]

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Ethics is not a Place

Posted on23. Feb, 2009 by .

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Guy Kingston asked: It seems that Ethics is a growth industry. There are even advertisements in the newspapers for “professional ethicists”. Does this mean that we are getting more ethical? Are we at the place of which Plato dreamed, where “kings are philosophers and philosophers are kings”. Alas, the opposite seems to be true. The […]

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How to Have an Ethical Christmas

Posted on09. Feb, 2009 by .

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everyclick.com asked: If Christmas really is the season of peace and goodwill why not start planning now to make it a truly ethical occasion for yourself and your loved ones? Charitable gestures in this season of giving are so easy to make at a cost which would even have Scrooge smiling with approval. Just what […]

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Jumping High for the Internal Client

Posted on06. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gloria Rubaine asked: The internal client, we all have them.   They’re our co-workers, colleagues, bosses, staff, assistants and employees.   They may be brilliant experts in their own right or not, but if they are not working for each other, the results for company, clients and staff are simply not encouraging and could be downright disastrous. […]

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What is Wrong With Organ Transplants? Everything is Wrong With It!

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gita Saraydarian asked: The issues of moral and ethical values have been swept under the rug. Masquerading under so-called life-giving values, organ transplanting has become big business. In reality, practices surrounding organ “harvesting” is a “logical” conclusion of a materialistic view of human life, driven by self-centeredness and greed. In the first part of this […]

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Spiritual Progressives Unite to confront the Religious Right, the Anti-Religious Left, and the Empir

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Eileen Fleming asked: An individual has not started living until he or she can rise above the narrow confines of his or her individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.”-Martin Luther King, Jr. During the third week of May, in Washington D.C. over 1,200 patriotic Americans of all faiths and the spiritual but […]

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The Philosophy And Ethics Of Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Shawn Carson asked: Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP was developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder from studying three leading therapists, Milton Erickson, Virginia Satir and Fritz Perls. Since then it has become a leading toll in business management, sales, education, training, personal coaching and sports as well as therapy and many other areas. NLP AS […]

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Sharing Christ in the Workplace

Posted on26. Jan, 2009 by .

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Darlene G. Snyder asked: Our Mandate Do you believe there is ever a time when we should not witness?  What do you think about witnessing in the workplace, is it ethical?  As Christians, should we consider the employer before taking their time to witness?  When is it ok to share Christ at work? Some might […]

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Get More Value from Your Values… By Walking Good Talk

Posted on19. Jan, 2009 by .

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Donald Mitchell asked: As difficult as it is to determine and reinforce the values of an organization, it’s even more difficult to be sure that those in the organization live those values in visible ways. But that visible following of values is much more valuable than simply establishing the values in the beginning. Here’s an […]

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Ethics of Abortion

Posted on15. Jan, 2009 by .

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CD Mohatta asked: Abortion will always remain a topic of discussion. Lot of religious, ethical and practical issues are involved in abortion. Is abortion killing? Is abortion taking away the rights of an unborn child? Is it not murder? And what if the parents or the mother does not want the child? Who will take […]

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People of the Book are One Another’s Trusted Friends

Posted on14. Jan, 2009 by .

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Harun Yahya asked: Islam is the religion of peace, love and tolerance. However, nowadays certain circles are trying to give Islamic morality the wrong image. The religion of Islam commands people to create an “abode of peace and well-being” on the face of the Earth, but those circles try to show the opposite of this […]

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Moral Theology

Posted on26. Dec, 2008 by .

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Ernie Fitzpatrick asked: Much of the church has attempted to make Christianity solely about ethics and morals. Guess who wins at that game? No one! There is no such thing as moral perfection and few if any absolutes this side of the third dimension. There is only ONE who is holy and that is the […]

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Ethical Conduct: the Importance of High Moral Standards

Posted on19. Dec, 2008 by .

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William Allan Kritsonis, PhD asked:                             Ethical Conduct: The Importance of High Moral Standards _____________________________________________________________________________ ABSTRACT Ethical conduct should inspire a quality of behavior that exemplifies honor and dignity for oneself.  In a school district, teachers, administrators, staff, and school board members should understand the importance of ethical conduct in the educational arena.  […]

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Work Ethics, My Foot ! – Spirituality Information

Posted on18. Dec, 2008 by .

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Vishwriter asked: People talk about work ethics. Today i had an interesting gentlemen visit me at my office. He was fuming. He was a very religious person and he was annoyed of the fact that a charming girl in her twenty’s wearing tight jeans was reading the sacred book of Bhagavad Gita in the same […]

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Ethical Insurance

Posted on12. Dec, 2008 by .

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Firoj Khan asked: Islamic finance places strong emphasis on the economical, ethical, moral, social, and religious dimensions, to enhance equality and fairness for the good of society as a whole, whereas the conventional financial system focuses primarily on the economic and financial aspects of transactions. As a result Islamic insurance might also be seen as […]

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The Facts About Ethical Search Engine Optimization

Posted on06. Dec, 2008 by .

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Meenakshi Wali asked: The search engine optimization techniques that are supported by the search engines are known as the ethical ways of SEO whereas the rest are under rated as unethical techniques that are not approved by the search engines. Most web masters blindly believe on the so-called ethical search engine optimization techniques and follow […]

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Entrepreneurship With Ethics

Posted on05. Dec, 2008 by .

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Thanaseelan asked: Why is it important to establish the moral status of entrepreneurship? Unless it can be shown that the entrepreneur does what is morally worthwhile as an entrepreneur, that his role is ethically praiseworthy, not only his or her status in the market but the market itself becomes vulnerable to serious moral criticism. This […]

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