The focus of this paper is the integration of acquired knowledge to develop an ethical decision-making process/model for use in making biblically informed decisions in your personal ministry context. The final product should be more than a general, philosophic description of your ethical commitments. It is designed to help you articulate a practical model that you can use as a future guide for moral/ethical decision-making.
You will formulate a process/model for making biblical decisions in your personal ministry context and summarize yourapproach in a 1,500–1,800-word paper in current Turabian format. Your model must be biblical in nature, using Scripture as a guide for rational decision making. A fully developed paper must:
Reflect a biblical worldview.
Concisely integrate Scripture and ethical reasoning in a logical, coherent manner.
Clearly describe the steps you will take to analyze an ethical issue.
Explain how you will analyze ethical options that appear to be in conflict.
- Should contain a minimum of three scholarly sources (textbooks, books or scholarly articles).
This paper must be treated as a short research paper. It will be primarily judged on the coherence of the arguments/conclusions presented. The essay must demonstrate a master’s-level use of the English language. This assignment requires critical thinking, logical progression of thought, and appropriate organization. In addition, you must meet the following standards of style and form:
- Adhere to current Turabian format.
- Use 1″ margins on all 4 sides.
- Double-space your text.
- Use 12-point Times New Roman font.
- Indent paragraphs at 5 spaces (0.6″).
- Do not include extra blank lines between paragraphs.
- Use appropriately formatted section headings.
- Include page numbers.
- Include a title page with your name, student ID number, course number/section, instructor’s name, and date. The title page does not count toward the required word count.
- Include a Contents page and Bibliography.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the SafeAssign plagiarism tool.
Requirements: CHICAGO/TURBIAN | Research Paper | 7 pages, Double spaced
Secondly, the theory is easy to understand and straightforward enough for Christians to integrate it into their daily lives. Christians are confronted by numerous challenges and dilemmas that need decision-making. Using the PLUS Ethical Decision-Making Model, they have a clear and instant procedural path that will aid them in making instant, sound, and moral decisions. Besides, the model is descriptive enough to offer a holistic approach to ethical decision-making. Unlike other definitive ethical decision-making models, the PLUS Ethical Decision-Making Model offers essential details on how Christians can make decisions that meet Biblical teaching’s moral criteria. The model consists of seven procedural steps that a Christian should evaluate before making an ethical decision.
 Spencer, Nick. The evolution of the West: how Christianity has shaped our values. Westminster John Knox Press, 2018, 62.
 Spencer, Nick. The evolution of the West: how Christianity has shaped our values. Westminster John Knox Press, 2018, 72.