guide. If you cannot see what is right or wrong in plain sight, it can be harder for some to go by that study of the Bible and to do the right thing because it was not taught to them. However, the Lord is always with us, regardless of age, gender, or religion. He is with us every step of the way, waiting for us to lean on Him and his understanding. And He is there to help guide us through His Word and to help us better understand its meaning. We all learn from different religions or even none at all. We learn about the “Ten Commandants” most of the time through school and not the Holy Bible. Not only should we follow the words of the bible but the rules of the “Ten Commandments”. The world that we live in is filled with many sinners. We do not live in a perfect world and we are certainly not perfect humans and we all make mistakes. Yet, God knows this. He knows that we all fail and fall short daily. And that is where His grace comes into play. He has grace with our shortcomings and
forgives us daily for not living up to certain values. But, if we have the right ethical values set in place, we can uphold our moral values to God and ourselves on what is right and wrong. I think you have some good ethical values and I feel that you have had religion your whole life. Reading your discussion forum and going back into what we have learned in our weekly readings, I feel that virtue ethics fits your ethical beliefs the best. Virtue ethics is a character trait that inclines you to act and react in a moral way. 1 Then again, this is my opinion and we all live and learn in different ways. Thank you again for sharing with the class in this week’s discussion forum on how you feel about ethical theories you believe in. 1 . Michael S. Jones, Moral Reasoning: An Intentional Approach to Distinguishing Right from Wrong . (Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, 2017), 38.