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Reflexion Essay

526 words - 3 pages

Introducción
Si bien todos y cada uno de los temas tratados hasta el momento ha marcado en mí una enseñanza y un entendimiento más claro acerca del Cristianismo, la Biblia y Jesús; he seleccionado La Moralidad y El Desarrollo del Carácter para reflexionar en el trabajo. Ambos tienen relación e influencia el uno con el otro. El desarrollo de carácter, teniendo en cuenta el libre albedrío, sin la aplicación de moralidad, jamás será fructuoso. La biblia define la inmoralidad como desobediencia a la ley de Dios. “Todo aquel que comete pecado, infringe también la ley; pues el pecado es infracción de la ley” ( biblegateaway, 1 Juan 3,4). En el libro de texto Praxis (capitulo 12, pág. 65-71) dedicado al Pecado, podemos confirmar que este ...view middle of the document...

La ley moral es dada por Dios y deriva de su carácter. Es conocido por todos los hombres en todas partes y es absoluta e inmutable ". (G. H. Joyce. Cowiki. Sep 19, 2015).
Fundación Bíblica
El fundamento bíblico para la moral se encuentra en la ley de Dios. Los Diez Mandamientos (Ex. 20,1-17) destacan actuaciones hacia Dios y los hombres que son moralmente incorrectos. Sin embargo, esto es sólo la superficie de la moral y la norma de justicia de Dios, ya que tiene aplicaciones mucho más profundas. Jesús señala que los mandamientos se aplican incluso a los pensamientos y motivos del corazón, no sólo a las acciones exteriores (Mateo 5). Desde un punto de vista bíblico, la moral no es sólo una lista de diez mandato de acciones externas, se trata de una condición que implica al corazóny se puede obtener sólo a través de la presencia de la vida en Cristo.
Aplicación práctica
La moral carece de sentido si la apartamos de Dios y Su palabra. Intentar mantener un estándar moral pero rechazar la Biblia, es imposible de llevar a cabo. El pensamiento contemporáneo afirma que la moralidad es "subjetiva". Pero hay una gran controversia sobre si la moralidad debe ser basada en reflejo de actuaciones y pensamientos de la mayoría de la sociedad o si debe estar basada en la elección personal de cada individuo. Por eso es normal ver que la mayoría de estas personas desean ser tratados de manera objetiva, es decir que se basa en hechos y lógica, sin darse cuenta de que su comportamiento muchas veces es subjetivo, es decir que se basa en los sentimientos. El resultado es la confusión, porque también entra en juego la ética, esta confusión es el resultado de no estar basado en un soporte confiable y valido como es La Biblia.
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