ETHICS ARTIFACT #2: PAPER ON MY APPROACH TO ETHICS
This was an assignment from UF 300 at Boise State during the Summer of 2014. We were asked to read an article called "A Framework for Thinking Ethically" by Markkula Center for applied Ethics and then answer a question about the material. This artifact is important because it showcases my approach to the subject of Ethics. As a Melchizedek priest and president of Teshuvah College I must be in line with the Torah on this matter. This paper lays the groundwork for my thoughts on ethics and is written from a Torah viewpoint. I wrote it not only to remind myself among the "green smoke" what I believe, but also for the eyes of the King and Teshuvah College students. I was able to compare pagan ethics to the moral code of the Torah and I did find some similarities! Those I showcased in this paper citing them properly.