Christian Ethical Teachings Analysis

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Analyse the importance of Christian ethical teachings in the life of Adherents worldwide. Christian ethical teachings are important to the life of Adherents worldwide. As a religion Christianity is fundamentally obligated to account for its Adherents actions and behaviour. Through a systematic understanding of what is ethically and morally correct Christianity has devised ethical guidelines from which Adherents could follow as a metaphorical moral compass. A vast majority of christian ethical teachings have come from literary sacred texts such as The Bible. The Bible contains canonical recollections of Jesus Christ from the perspectives of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John also known as the four Synoptic Gospels. Sacred literary texts such as these…show more content…
Through the universal applications of its teachings of ethicality the 10 commandments is able to maintain its validity through the lives of Christian adherents. Due to its simplistic nature of its philosophies, the Decalogue spans a broad range of ethical guidelines which Adherents can apply to not only their lives but onto others. For example in Catholicism the 5th commandment *You shall not kill* teaches adherents to show reverence for life as they are creations of God and by defying Gods words of *You shall not kill* you are therefore disgracing his creation of life which you are also. All 10 commandments preached each share the same moral imperatives thus creating a series of general ethical guidelines where all adherents will be willing to follow throughout…show more content…
Blessed are the pure in heart: for they will see God. These excerpts from the beatitudes are examples of the righteous intentions of God which are used to affirm adherents of Gods legitimate benevolence . For they are not judged nor unfairly treated for the woes, hardships, and sacrifices they experience or conduct within their lives. Morally the Beatitudes foster messages of fairness and exemplifies the essence of “you reap what you sow” which is the basis of Gods justice - Shown through “Blessed are the merciful” and “Blessed are the pure in heart”. Through a comprehensive understanding of the main aspects of the Beatitudes, it importance to the adherents of christianity is clearly evident as its contents transmits messages of tranquility and repression of societal pressures derived from natural mortality. In conclusion, ethical teachings such as The Decalogue and The Beatitudes are important to Christian Adherents world wide as they provide, universal ethically correct moral guidance, bestow affirmations of religious belief and maintain cohesion with its
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