Christocentric Panthiesm? Aquinas and Epictetus: Discussions on the Nature of God
A true interpretation of ethics and morality can only be obtained through the understanding of God and divine providence. Without a correct view of God's nature, man would be helpless to understand his role and position in the order of creation. This theory would presuppose the existence of a supreme being or higher authority. This acceptance of a higher authority then mandates the establishment of moral standards. These standards are the basis for all ethical theory, which is a universal standard, effective for all people, excluding none. Once these standards have been given, it is…
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