Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative


Christian Ethics is only valid when one accepts the divine inspiration and authority of God’s Word.

When we accept the Word of God as infallible and inerrant,

then we have the logical grounds to make

God's oughts (Thou shalt) into our oughts (we should).

Without this belief, Christian Ethics is as capricious and relative

as any other ethical theory.

Christian ethics is justified only if the Bible is accepted as infallible and inerrant.

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