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Different Kinds of Conscience
Antecedent and Consequent ConscienceJudgment is passed before an action isperformed or only after the action is done
Right and Erroneous Conscience               Right- judge what is                 really good as good                 and ...
Certain Conscience         Subjective assurance           of the lawfulness           or unlawfulness of           certain...
Doubtful ConscienceSuspends judgment  on the lawfulness  of an action and  therefore( it is  possible) the  action should ...
Scrupulous Conscience           Constantly afraid of            committing evil.           This conscience is a           ...
Lax ConscienceConscience that tends to follow the easy way and to find excuses for mistakes
Guilty ConscienceDisturbed conscience trying to restore good relations with God by means of sorrow and repentance
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Different kinds of conscience

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Different kinds of conscience

  1. 1. Different Kinds of Conscience
  2. 2. Antecedent and Consequent ConscienceJudgment is passed before an action isperformed or only after the action is done
  3. 3. Right and Erroneous Conscience Right- judge what is really good as good and evil what is really evil. Erroneous – judges what is bad as good and vice versa.
  4. 4. Certain Conscience Subjective assurance of the lawfulness or unlawfulness of certain actions to be done or to be admitted.
  5. 5. Doubtful ConscienceSuspends judgment on the lawfulness of an action and therefore( it is possible) the action should be omitted.
  6. 6. Scrupulous Conscience Constantly afraid of committing evil. This conscience is a result of a stubborn character.
  7. 7. Lax ConscienceConscience that tends to follow the easy way and to find excuses for mistakes
  8. 8. Guilty ConscienceDisturbed conscience trying to restore good relations with God by means of sorrow and repentance

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