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1Devine Command TheoryTerri StanfordFranklin UniversityHumn 211: Introduction to Critical EthicsDanielle VazquezJanuary 30th, 2022
2Devine Command TheoryThe Devine Command Theory can be defined as, a belief system that states that moraland immoral acts are command by the divine. As with all theories they can be debated unlesssolid proof is found. Many people believe in a higher being which makes the Devine CommandTheory makes sense and seems like a plausible answer as why we do what we do, anyone whobelieves does not want to upset or let down someone that is Devine. All theories are testable, andpros and cons of the theory is discovered.There are a few flaws within the Devine Command Theory one being is why and howdoes the Devin set what is considered moral or immoral. One of the flaws is followed by thequestion is the acts considered moral or immoral simply because the Devine says so, whichmeans that what is considered moral one day may be considered immoral the next. As Hammond

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