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“Exploring Christain Ethics” a conversation

This is a reflection of a book and two articles that I’ve read: Fedler (2006) discusses many models of ethical theories including egoism, deontology, utilitarianism, and virtue, and discusses different aspects of these models including how they relate to Christianity. … Continue reading

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Taking religion seriously across the curriculum

“That is, it makes sense constitutionally to talk about religion apart from God” -Court Justice Tom Clark The place of religion in public schools is, like most hotly debated topics, a very important subject. While I started the week’s readings … Continue reading

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Is there a need for moral intervention concerning children with autism?

 Research Paper: Is there a need for moral intervention concerning children with autism? James W. Becker EDU 6085 – Moral Issues in Education Dr. Langford Seattle Pacific University May 16, 2011 Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as a social disorder Autism … Continue reading

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