Ethics

Review - The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York by Robert A. Caro

"Power is not a bad thing. It is not a neutral thing, either. It is, first, in the Christian view, a good thing, a God-created thing.... Without power, there will be no glorious eternal reign of the one to whom all power on heaven and on earth will be given. Power brings good to others." - Mark Ward

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How do we determine the morality of economic sanctions?

"In this short reflection, I don’t propose to address the question of whether a particular set of economic sanctions on a given country in the past or present was or is morally acceptable. Instead, I’d like to propose some key criteria by which we can assess the ethical status of a given choice to use economic sanctions." - Acton

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Christians, religiously unaffiliated differ on whether most things in society can be divided into good, evil

"Overall, about half of U.S. adults (48%) say that most things in society can be clearly divided into good and evil, while the other half (50%) say that most things in society are too complicated to be categorized this way." - Pew

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