Critically assess the view that there is no single Christian approach to morality?
The Bible says that man is basically an amoral creature - "There is none good, no not one" (Roms.3.12). This is in relation to God's judgement. However in man's judgement, morality may mean many things to many people.
But because, after God's judgement, no one is moral, good or righteous, (in other words, we are all sinners), so God sent Jesus, his only Son, as a propitiation, atonement and sacrifice for our sins or lack of morals. And only in accepting his sacrifice, are we judged by God to be moral, good or righteous.
So in the Bible, which is the word of the living God to Christians, there is only one way to morality or goodness and righteousness in God's sight - through faith in Jesus Christ.
Critically assess using examples the options available to a new hotel in relations to its laundry needs?
To think critically is to assess propositions on their merit, rather than taking them at face value. Thinking critically includes: * Questioning whether there are any underlying assumptions. * Checking whether arguments are consistent and that the conclusions follow from the premises. * Comparing arguments with the relevant available evidence.
"A procedure which can be used to assess the moral health of a corporation is the...external audit." The above answer is serious. No interviews of the staff, management or directors, no observation of the practices, no study of the policies will tell as much about the morality of the company as it's finances will.
Who person or what organization or project showed that an ecological approach could affect major changes in the lives of troubled children?
When you approach an injured person, it helps to keep them as calm as possible. You approach a person who is lying down by their feet so they can see you coming a good amount of time before you reach them and they can have time to assess if you're there to help them or not. If you approach them by their head, they can feel more threatened and can be startled especially if you…
The Purpose Approach is a rule of construction used by judges to assess the aims and objectives of statues or legislation. It look forward at why Parliament or any other body with delegated legislation to assess 'what' exactly the 'purpose' of the Act, rule or state was/is. It is favoured by the European legal system and UK judges. It forms part of 4 different rules; namely, Literal, Mischief, Golden and the Purpose.
No. "Assess" is a verb, so "assesses" is the third person singular form: "Bill assesses property," "She assesses property." The first and second person singular form, and the plural form, is "assess": "I assess property," "You assess property," "We assess property," "Don and Sheila assess property."
Assess is a verb which means evaluate. It can be used in any of the following sentences: I will assess your job application then get back to you. The soldier in charge needed to quickly assess the situation before carrying on. My son will need to assess what career he wants when he chooses his university.
The critically minded person asks pertinent questions, like: What makes this person an expert? Does he have first-hand knowledge of this subject? Does he have personal experience in this field? Can I trust his opinion? Do I understand what he's saying? Critical mindedness is an attitude that questions reasons, assumptions, evidence and so on, in order to assess the trustworthiness of information.
Here are some examples of "assess" used in sentences : In my job performance review, my boss asked, "How would you assess the quality of your work over the last year?" My four-year old daughter doesn't seem to understand simple directions so I want to have a psychologist assess her intellectual functioning. Our insurance agent came to assess the damge to our home after hurricane Andrew.