Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Morality in the Bible?

umpteen a(prenominal) speculations and debates had been flourished somewhat the base goodity in the bible. The Holy give-and- take up has been there for centuries but still many condemns it by not accept to what is writer. Many take the teachings into their personal interpretation and practice without proper mind of what they be undertaking.Bible is said to be the base or infantry in solving human morality. It has all the solutions to the chaos and conflicts. Lets take into account of one controversyStated in Leviticus 17 10-14, And whatsoever man there be of the house of Israel, or of the strangers that anticipate among you, that eateth any modal value of blood I will dismantle association my face against that soul that eateth blood, and will cut him off from among his race. For the life of the pulp magazine is in the blood and I have given it to you upon the altar to take a leak an atonement for your souls for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul.The refore I said unto the children of Israel, No soul of you shall eat blood neither shall any stranger that so journeth among you eat blood. For it is the life of all flesh the blood of it is for the life thus therefore I said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall eat the blood of no manner of flesh for the life of all flesh is the blood thereof whosoever eateth it shall be cut off.This verse explains well how important blood represents in the Bible. like an example, the blood of Jesus Christ was used as the cleansing of the sins of the world. This intend is of the Christians.Is it virtuously right for blood to be transfused from one person to some other? Most religions permit it, but the Jehovahs Witnesses argue that biblical principles properly unsounded condemn it. Who is right? When the Bible was being written, the technology for transfusing blood didnt exist, so the Bible did not directly address this problem. The same is true of numerous other technologies now available to us.The transplantation of body organs (including even cross-species transplants), artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, surrogate motherhood, genetic mapping, gene splicingthese are all technologies that were developed after the Bible was written, so what is the correct moral position to take on these issues? Through processes of in vitro fertilization and embryo transplantations, a woman in USA gave birth to her own grandchildren. Was it morally right for her to do this? What does the Bible say? Well, of course, the Bible doesnt say anything about this or any of the other technological procedures mentioned above. If we asked a hundred theologians to take their Bibles and resolve the moral dilemmas posed by these technologies, we would find ourselves hopelessly confine in a maze of confusion when all of their answers were in (Till, Farell).Many tribes across the world eat blood by including the blood in foods. Some drink it fresh. There are many ways how people intake t he blood. What are the differences in blood transfusion and taking it in as food? Will this resolve the problem of moral ethics with regards to the notion of blood as sacred?As we may see, many views to this argument rise. This depends to how a person views this topic and has them believe as to what has been get up by the norms.List of ReferencesTill, Farell. No Morality without the Bible. 28 Nov. 2003.The Skeptical redirect examination Vol.5 1. 01 December 2006 http// American Stan

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