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29 August, 03:27

According to the "divine command" theory of ethics, certain actions are right because God wills them for us. We therefore have a duty to find out exactly what God wills and distinguish it from what is merely a fallible human wish or interpretation of what God's will might be. a. trueb. false

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  1. 29 August, 04:56
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    Answer: True

    Explanation: The divine command theory simply outlines and attributes the morality of an action or behavior to whether such action or behavior was commanded by God. And as such in a bid to be morally upright and our strive towards ensuring that we do what is right, one must seek knowledge in knowing what actions, behavior or characters God has ordained and tagged has being right, rather than acting on guess, assumption or logical perception on what one might think should be ordained or allowed by God.
  2. 29 August, 05:00
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    True

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    Divine command theory is a metaethical theory that suggests that an action's status as morally good is equivalent to whether it is commanded by God. The theory asserts that what is moral is determined by God's commands and that for a person to be moral he is to follow God's commands.
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