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Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative

A supreme and unimpeachable authority

justifies Christian Ethics.

It is not justified by the human assessment

of short or long-term consequences.

Judas, without the halo, was motivated by the short term reward of 30 pieces of silver. The disciples, in contrast, were simply motivated by their love for God because at this time, they did not know or understand the long term rewards.

Series: Why be Moral?
Conclusion: Origin

Series: Why be Moral?

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