Influence of Christianity on Public Morality
Public morality refers to attempts by Christians to influence public policy so that a more just society is shaped.
In 1972, a Methodist from Victoria, John Westerman, suggested that this could be usefully summarised under five main approaches;
-The Christendom approach says 'we want the whole community to accept Christian standards'.
-A recent example of the Christendom approach is the way religious groups effectively lobbied to have the federal government over turned Northern Territory legislation that legalised euthanasia. This was despite surveys indicating that more than…
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