RLGN 105 Final

amwages's version from 2017-12-12 00:13

Section 1

Question Answer
stronger brotherone who participates in an ethical gray area in full assurance of his conscience because of his understanding of Christian freedom
weaker brotherone who does not participate in an ethical gray area because of the sensitivity of his conscience: his participation would be a sin to him
stumbling blockan action taken by a stronger brother which, though it would ordinarily qualify as a permissible act of freedom, influences a weaker brother to sin against conscience
Expediencewill it be spiritually profitable?
Edificationwill it build me up?
Excesswill it slow me down in the race?
Enslavementwill it bring me into bondage?
Encroachmentwill it violate the Lordship of Christ in my life?
Examplewill it help other Christians by example?
Emulationwill it lead other to Christ?
Exhaltationwill it glorify God?

Section 2

Question Answer
tolerancea word that applies to how we treat people we disagree with
traditional tolerancerespecting, even those with whom you disagree and are different; accepting of other people; values, respects, and accepts the individual without approving of or participating in his/her beliefs
new tolerancesays that what every individual believes or says is equally right and equally valid
present problems for the new tolerance in 4 basic areas:1) biblical truth 2) Jesus 3) sin 4) the mission
Griswald vs. Connecticutoverturned a law which made counseling of married persons in the use of contraception a crime
Eisenstadt vs. Bairdthe law prohibiting singles from receiving counseling or contraceptions from anyone other than a doctor/ pharmacist in was overturned
Roe vs. WadeJane Roe (Norma McCorvey)- single woman with an unwanted pregnancy challenged present abortion restrictions as unconstitutional
Planned parenthood vs. CaseyDiscarded 3rd trimester of Roe and focused on the "viability" of the fetus as the determining point where a state's interest in unborn life begins
president george bush banned what?Partial Birth Abortion Act

Section 3

Question Answer
Passive Euthanasiawithholding medical treatment or discontinuing treatment
Active euthanasiaactively doing something to bring about the death of the patient...lethal injection, smotering
Involuntary euthanasiapatient does not request their own death- someone decides for them
Voluntary Euthanasiapatient requests their own death
Derek Humphreyhead of Hemlock Society
Karen Quinlanpersistent vegetative state. taken off life support in 1976 and lived 10 more years
stereotypingovergeneralization about a certain people group as a whole based on the unaccepted behavior of a few members of that group
prejudice"pre-judging" an individual in a negative way becasue he/she happens to be from a stereotyped group
discriminationunequal treatment of a person on the basis of his/her people group membership
hate speechverbal and physical abuse directed toward people