Understanding Ethics in Christianity, Islam and Hinduism


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Understanding Ethics in Christianity, Islam and Hinduism
Understanding the application of ethics in life is a common objective among religious practitioners, although this ideological goal is applied in practice through a number of different pathways according to the tenets of each faith. Under the current framework of today’s religions, the rationale for meeting this objective of ethics is can range from a need to secure a place in the afterlife, to living faithfully within a community on Earth, to finding personal enlightenment and consciousness. In some ways, all of these rationales are present to a certain extent within Christianity, Islam and Hinduism, they exist in certain degrees. This essay will examine these ideological rationales...
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