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Resources: Culture and Worldview

Debunked Censorship Report

booksExcerpted from Southern California Christian Times, December 1994.

Dr. Michael Wohlgenant, Ph.D., a professor at North Carolina State University and parent stated why he and his wife objected to a book used at his daughter’s elementary school.

A teacher in the school read, “Wonderful Sausage,” to a first grade class. It tells about a butcher who kills his wife, grinds her into sausage and sells it to townspeople. The meat is so popular that the butcher continues killing children, kittens, and puppies to make more sausage until he is discovered—and strangely disappears, perhaps fed to his own ...

Glamorizing The Homosexual Lifestyle

The culture will have to be retaken street by street, block by block, house by house.

The Swedish Educational Model

Twentieth-century socialist regimes have followed an educational path that is designed to mold children in terms of State interests.

Who Do We Think We Are? (Physician-Assisted Suicide)

Today, November 10, 1994, the outcome has been declared official. The state of Oregon became the first jurisdiction in the history of the human race to legalize physician-assisted suicide. Even the Netherlands (which commonly practices it) and Nazi Germany (which practiced it in its involuntary form) were not so bold and presumptuous as to pretend to legitimize it through making it legal. No one on the planet has ever done that until now.

Contemporary Social Ethics: Notes and Overheads

The following are notes and overhead transparencies developed by Randy Alcorn and used in his Contemporary Social Ethics class:

Ethical Philosophies and Systems

“Right and Wrong are determined by . . .”

—there is no right and wrong.

Whatever is—if something is, if it becomes possible, it is right. (Descriptive Ethics rather than Prescriptive; Sociology equals morality.)

Power—might is right.

Majority—as beliefs of the majority change, right and wrong changes.

The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number—what most benefits the majority.

Current Community Mores—varies with place and time.

Beliefs and Preferences of the Individual—varies person to ...

Contemporary Social Ethics: Syllabus

This is the course syllabus for Contemporary Social Ethics. You can also access some of the instructor’s notes and overheads.

SOC 111: Contemporary Social Ethics

Fall 1996; Instructor: Randy Alcorn; Multnomah Bible College

Course Description:

An investigation of the biblical foundation for a system of ethics and its application to specific situations. Alternative ethical systems will be evaluated along with a number of contemporary social issues.

Course Objectives:

1. Overall objective: To help fulfill the school’s mission of producing biblically competent, culturally aware, maturing servants of Christ, whose Spirit-enabled love for God, his Word and people shapes their ...

O.J. Simpson: What Can We Learn?

Character is what you are in the dark, when no one but God is looking.

Bias Or No Bias?

Comments from some ABC News staffers to The Boston Globe revealed that Emily Rooney's declaration that the media reflect a liberal bias was, in fact, a factor in getting her deposed in January from her position as World News Tonight Executive Producer.

Religious Apartheid

Religion is being systematically separated from American society.

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