Morality Homework Questions.
2005 Section 4. Q6 A, a-d.
A, Moral Code we have studied is the Jewish 10 commandments.
B, Th...
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2005 Morality Sample answer

  1. 1. Morality Homework Questions. 2005 Section 4. Q6 A, a-d. A, Moral Code we have studied is the Jewish 10 commandments. B, The fifth commandments states that “ you shall not kill.” This means that jewish people believe that everyone has a right to life. Everyone has the right to live their lives without the threat of violence or threat. C, The responsibility it expresses is that we have a duty to respect the lives of other people. We have to protect live at all costs. D, Ten commandments are a moral code which are important for Christians and Jews. When making a moral decision they will take into account what it says in the ten commandments. For example a young person may be being influenced by their peers to drink alcohol. They know that their parents would not be happy. They may be influenced by the fourth commandment which states “honour your father and mother” When making a moral decision some people may inform their conscience using the stop sign of morality. People who are religious will be influenced by their religion and the moral codes it contains. Therefore people with religious moral vision will turn to the moral code of their religion to make the best decision for them.

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