Student ID No: 2215666 Name: Clamor, John Daniel N. Degree and Year: BSIT-1 Date of Submission: May 25, 2021 A Rationale for Christian Moral Teachings through Human History What do we learn about the essence of morals from the history of morality? What about them, as human beings? The Searching for a Moral Compass revolves around these issues. And these are the topics I'd like to discuss tonight. The questions themselves may seem absurd to others. There are thousands of books on the history of ideas, hundreds of books on the history of philosophy, but just a few books on the history of morals. One explanation for this is that morality is widely regarded as occupying its own domain. Morality, we believe, should and should be understood on its own terms. After all, if torture is unethical today, it must have been unethical in Confucius' period. If charity is a positive thing, then it was in ancient India. So, what do we learn about morals from the tradition of morality? While ideas, traditions, and civilizations evolve, many argue that what is fundamentally right and wrong must remain constant.