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vocab theo IV

chapter 1 vocabulary words

Positive Morality These are statements about morality that ask us to do something good. Examples, Respect life,Love your neighbor, Share your toys, Etc.
Negative Morality These are statements about morality that ask us to avoid evil. Examples, Do not steal, Never lie, Don’t bite other kids, Don’t cheat others Etc.
Prudence knowing and doing the right thing (right reason in action)
Justice giving to others what they deserve
Courage doing what is right even in the face of difficulty
Temperance controlling our bodily desires, in the correct way and the correct amount, (usually in regard to food, sex, and alcohol)
Concupiscence This is the general and constant temptation or inclination all humans have towards sinning.
Grace the help God gives to us freely out of His great love for us. We need this help from Him in order to live a good life. When we have lots of grace in our souls we have God’s life living in us.
Natural Law this is knowledge we learn from our God given intellect, through reason We are still participating in God’s divine knowledge, since all truth comes from Him, but in an indirect way.
Subjective Morality The idea that there are no moral truths, right or wrong, all morality is only based on opinions and nothing more.
Objective Morality The true belief about morality that recognizes there are actual moral truths. Some actions are morally good and others are morally evil.
Created by: JoelleEmerson


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