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Ethics in Christianity by Dietrich Bonheoffer

Dietrich Bonheoffer argues that ethical behavior was established through the reconciliation of the reality of the world and the reality of God in Christ.

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Ethics in Christianity by Dietrich Bonheoffer summary In his book on ethics, Bonheoffer argues on the responsibility of human beings on their actions. He adds that this view cannot be justified by the people actions in advance.[1] Bonheoffer supports that the people’s actions are well judged on the way people participate in the reality of Christ. Hence, the human person should take the responsibility to act in accordance with the will of God. Bonheoffer was high influenced in discussing various important and influential works. This involves his major contributions to theology where Christian ethics should be considered referring to the restored man whose desires are to please god. Christian ethics should not be considered on the man who is concerned with a strong theoretical system. Bonheoffer argues that, ...

... followed in ethics do not provide solutions to the problems encountered by the people in life experiences. People should not impose regulations that will hinder their freedom. Otherwise, they should live in realism as demonstrated by Christ himself. They should not run away from their responsibilities for the fear sinning. Bonheoffer advocates that every one is a sinner hence its difficulty to stay away from guilty and needs God’s mercy.
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