Thursday, April 9, 2015

Ethical Musings

Ethical Musings, as the masthead indicates, exists to promote living an abundant, flourishing life:
The flourishing life, thus understood, was called shalom by the Hebrew writers of the Old Testament, “shalom” being translated with the Greek eirenÄ“ in the Septuagint; the New Testament writers followed in the steps of the Septuagint translators. (Nicholas Wolterstorff, Justice: Rights and Wrongs, p. 205)

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2 comments:

Richard Morris said...

You wrote: "Scientist and bishop, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori decries the climate change that science shows humans have caused; she proclaims that responding is a Christian moral imperative because climate change harms God's earth, the poor, and the most vulnerable." I am wondering if you really mean "decries" human responsibility since Schori then "proclaims" a moral imperative to act. Those verbs seem to be at odds. Otherwise, I am in agreement with your post.

George Clifford said...

To ensure clarity, the PB denounces (or decries)the climate change that humans have caused; she supports the science that has identified the change and its cause.