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by: Kaydee Keen

Midterm REL 3170

Kaydee Keen

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Religious Ethics and Moral Problems
Thomas Greene
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kaydee Keen on Friday October 14, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to REL 3170 at Florida State University taught by Thomas Greene in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 197 views.


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Date Created: 10/14/16
REL midterm exam study guide 10/14/16 Exam 10/17/16 Only 12 reading responses needed! 6 short answer 10 pt a piece 5 matching 3 pt a piece 5 multiple choices 5 pt a piece 4 sources of moral authority (Christian ethics) List & describe Experience Ex: Bible- Hebrew scripture, holy scripture 4 sources of authority (Muslim ethics) Quran Hadid and sunna (example of the prophet) Ijma- consensus Reason- kias (analogy) Concepts in the Muslim tradition Ummah- blessed community Fitra- human nature Jahalia- ignorance Taqua- fear of god, respect Christian tradition Original sin- an innate flaw everyone is born with Realized esquatology- end of time, rebirth of earth (contestant) Kingdom of God- should try and reach this level although impossible on earth. (God is in control of everything) Duty of civility and Rawls original position- How they are applied and used by citizens How are they useful Public reason Define Describe Rorty and Walter storf Religious reasoning Where they believe it belongs Different opinions Principals of Use ad bellum Principals of Use ad bellom Consetal principals in Islamic just war traditions Kelsay 5 How they are different in Islamic tradition Ex: right authority- kahlif History of state sovereignty and where it originated International war Which event brought about this concept 3 type of post conflict transformation Amnesty Restorative Retributive Suarez Justice charity and war Vocational pacifism vs. Absolute pacifisms Division of world according to premodern Islam 2 groups Dar al-islam Dar al-harb


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