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Intro to Ethics – Wednesday Study

(The video feed is raw, so the volume is spotty, I will edit and update the post, if you are reading this then suffer through an unedited mp3!)

On Wednesday nights at Olive Grove Church we are studying Ethics together.  Last night was an introductory night where we outlined some basic terms and categories then watched a modern presentation of a Christian moral perspective on Abortion by Ray Comfort called 180.  I use the video as a discussion starter on ethical methodology and communication.  I challenged our audience to view the video critically by asking three questions as they watched:  What is missing from the presentation?  What is wrong with the presentation?  Would you find it compelling if you were an opponent of the view proposed?

Here are the notes/handout

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