Morality & Religion
What is morality and sin? Many people have different conceptions about sin and morality. Does sin affect morality? Most people thinks so, they think that if they sin then their life would be shortened. There’s lots of views of sin& morality for different people but at the end it is kind of the same thing
The concept of sin has been present in many cultures thought out history, where it was usually equated with an individual’s failure to live up to external standards of conduct or conduct or with his violation of taboos, laws, or moral codes. Some ancient societies also had concepts of corporate, or collective, sin (see original sin) affecting all human begins and dating from a mythical “fall of man” out of a state of primitive and blissful innocence.
Lust is disordered desire for or inordinate enjoyment of sexual pleasure. Sexual pleasure is morally disordered when sought for itself, isolated from its procreative and unitive purposes. By secular morality is the aspect of philosophy that deals with morality outside religious traditions. Modern examples include humanism, free thinking, and most versions of consequentialism. Additional philosophies with ancient roots includes those such as skepticism and virtue ethics.
Morality and religion is the relationship between religious views and morals. Many religious have value frameworks regarding personal behavior which is meant to guide adherents in determining between right and wrong. These frameworks are outlined and interpreted by various sources such as holy books, oral and written traditions, and religious leaders. Many of these share tenets with secular value frameworks such as consequentialism, free thought, and Unitarianism.
Religion and morality are not synonymous. Morality does not depend upon religion although this is an “almost automatic assumption” There has been interest in the relationship between religion, crime, and other behavior that does not adhere to contemporary lows and...