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Section F

Key Concepts

TermDefinition
Consequence The result, or effect, of our action on ourselves and other people.
Authority The power of sacred texts and religious leaders to guide people on moral issues.
Choice Looking at different options in a situation and selecting one.
Civil Law The laws of the state that regulate the behavior of people within the state.
Conscience The ability to know and judge what is right and wrong in a particular situation.
Constitution A document outlining the fundamental political principles by which a state is governed.
Decision-making The process of making up one's mind about moral issues.
Forgiveness To have pity and be willing to excuse someone's mistake or wrongdoing.
Freedom the liberty to say, do or think what one wants.
Influence Something that shapes or affects a person's behavior.
Integrity Being upright and honest and sticking to one's moral principles.
Judgement The belief that, in the end, God will judge each person on their moral behavior.
Justice To treat all people fairly and respect their rights.
Laws Codes of behavior enforced by the state.
Libertarianism The view that people should be free to behave as they choose without undue interference from the state.
Life The state or quality of being alive.
Morality A set of principles or rules to help us know the difference between right and wrong behavior.
Moral Growth The process by which people learn to distinguish right from wrong, and then do what is right.
Moral Maturity The stage beyond self interest where people take the needs of others into account when making moral decisions.
Moral Vision An awareness of what is right and wrong.
Peace Harmony between people instead of disorder and conflict.
Pluralism The view that all groups in society must have equal representation.
Reconciliation Making the effort to heal and restore a broken relationship.
Relationships Ways in which people are connected to one another.
Religious Fundamentalism The view that the laws of a state should be based on the moral laws of its dominant religion.
Religious Moral Vision An awareness of what is right and wrong shaped by religious beliefs.
Respect To have a high regard for someone or something, and to treat each with great care.
Sin Any deliberate thought, word or action that damages a person's relationship with God and other people.
Society The entire web of relationships that binds communities together.
Stewardship the way people care for the Earth on behalf of God.
Tradition Religious belief and practice handed down from generation to generation.
Truth Being honest with oneself, others and God.
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