Develop a Christian worldview and apply it to ethical issues.
Prompt and Instructions:
- Choose one of the chapters (Chapter 5 attached) from this week’s reading list, and reflect on any significant or meaningful points.
- For example, do you agree or disagree?
- Have you recognized in yourself or in others any points that the author made?
- In what ways has the information challenged you, and how can you implement the ethics of Sabbath on your particular topic?
- How can you mobilize others to join in the particular ethics of Sabbath-keeping?
- In your original post, cite the appropriate material in your textbook. Failure to do so will result in an automatic 0 on the post. There is no word limit to this discussion post.
Requirements: 300 words
I acknowledge that this is a sensitive matter which I may not stand a chance to argue against. As much as pro-life advocates emphasize protecting the fetus, the mental health status of the mother matters (Rae, 2018). The information presented in the text has challenged me, posing to ask why a law would force a pregnant mother to keep a pregnancy resulting from rape and end up mistreating the baby throughout its development when they remember the ordeal? I believe pregnancy should be wanted, and every baby deserves to be valued, loved, and nurtured before and after birth. As the Bible states in John 1:14, the Church and the believers should embrace grace and truth to see the glory of God, meaning that they must live in an atmosphere of true love and grace-filled. While not condoning abortion procured with unsound reasons, I believe that the ethics of the Sabbath encourages Christians to love and support everyone, including pregnant women who decide to abort, on rational grounds. Hence, an ideal approach that would ensure that believers keep the ethics of the Sabbath would focus on encouraging them to visit such