There is a spectrum of views about how religion and ethics are related-from the view that religion is the absolute bedrock of ethics to the one that holds that ethics is based on humanistic assumptions justified mainly, and sometimes only by appeals to reason. These two extremes tend to be argued in a way that offers little room for compromise or pragmatic solutions to real issues we face everyday. The relationship between religion and ethics is about the relationship between revelation and season. Religion is based in some measure on the idea that God (or some deity) reveals insights about life and its true meaning. These insights are collected in texts (the Bible, the Torah, the Koran, etc.) and presented as "revelation." Ethics, from a strictly humanistic perspective, is based on the tenets of reason: Anything that is not rationally verifiable cannot be considered justifiable.
|Book:||Religious Doctrines And Their Ethics|
|Author:||Shri Shri Ravindra Brahmachari Chidanandjee|
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