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WGU-Ethics Part V

Zen Meditation
Explain Buddhism (4) 1. Meditation key to enlightenment 2. Lead a good life 3. Practice virtue 4. Follow meditative exercises.
Neihbor's 5 attributes of Christian history 1. Christ against culture 2. Christ of culture 3. Christ and culture in paradox 4. Christ above culture 5. Christ transforming culture
Christian transforming culture Seeks to influence but not necessarily to control institutions
Christ above culture Triumpalist Church which seek control over public life
Christ and culture in paradox Makes a sharp separation between God’s kindly rule in the church and His stern rule in public life.
Christ of Culture Christianity which casts a gospel glow over the existing order and hardly challenges it
Christ against Culture A kind of other world pietism
What a religion uses the torah Judaism
Tora or Halakha is known as Jewish law
Cultural relativism in terms of the cultural differences argument. (part 2) (3) 5. There is no universal truth in the ethics. 6. It is arrogant to judge the conduct of other people.
Created by: rtbrad