Divine Command Theory

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Philosophy

 

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Amber R

 

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May 28, 2013

 

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Depending on which religion is in question will dictate specifically what these commands will be, but all Divine Command theory’s hold the common position morality is to be set according to God’s will. Put as succinctly as possible: whatever God wills is right or just, and whatever is right or just, God wills...
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Put as succinctly as possible: whatever God wills is right or just, and whatever is right or just, God wills. This view is one of the more commonly held views by many Christians, and has been forwarded throughout the ages by many of the influential theistic Christian thinkers such as Augustine of Hippo (354-430), William of Ockham (1285- 1349) and John Calvin (1509-1564) We can imagine a number of objections to this position, however...
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