Provide an example of a possible confusion between theological beliefs and ethical principles in a commonly-held religious belief system. Are there practices within this faith that might be critiqued as unethical? How should we apply the fundamentals of ethical reasoning in this case? Your response should be at least two pages in length and in Times New Roman 12pt. font. You are required to use at least your textbook and one scholarly article from any database within the CSU Online Library as source material for your response. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations in APA format.
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If requirements are not fulfilled in any or all ways i will deny payment Ask questions to me and i will try to send photos of textbook pages if possible but not always possible Notes- From textbook "Critical thinking" by Paul and Elder The three intellectual tasks we believe to be the most important to ethical reasoning are: Mastering the most basic concepts and the principles inherent in ethical issues. Learning to distinguish between ethics and other domains of thinking with which ethics is commonly confused. Learning to identify when native human egocentrism and sociocentrism are impeding one's ethical judgments If any of these three foundations are missing in a person's ethical reasoning, that reasoning will likely be flawed