Zeus and Jesus are substantially different especially in their ethical ways. Zeus’ behavior is far from being a good ethical example, whereas Jesus, in my view of course, is a perfect example of ethical behavior. Jesus forgives easily, even when people are trying to deceive and hurt Him, while Zeus is a much more difficult … More Better than Penguins
From what I understood by reading a few of Horace’s ancient Roman literary works I found that his concept of personal ethical cause and effect was somewhat captivating. Horace believed that daily ethics had no influence on history. I disagree with this statement because if a person were to donate a substantial amount of money … More Horace’s Ancient Roman Perceptions
In my view I believe that Ovid’s view of the Greek gods’ ethical performance was very simple: there was none. If you are talking about the word ‘ethical’ in terms of pertaining to right and wrong conduct, Ovid’s gods were very unethical, ethically speaking, that is. For example, a certain
I believe that the biblical materials provided in the Bible show the role of ethics in history extensively. Numerous times in the Bible it is stated that when you do good you will find favor and that when you sin you will reap the consequences of your sin.
There is a huge relationship between ethics and sanctions in the first several chapters of the Proverbs and throughout the entire Bible. For instance, it is stated in Proverbs 1:16 & 18 that ‘Their feet run to evil and they make haste to shed blood… But they lie in wait for their own blood, they … More An Ethical Choice