PHI305 Grand Canyon Chapter 9 Christian Ethics as Narrative Ethics Essay
Read the “Précis Explanation and Overview” before beginning this assignment. Write a 800-1,200-word essay on the topic of Narrative Christian Ethics. The paper will consist of two parts. Part I is the précis (pronounced “preh-si”); Part II is the critical analysis.
Part I: Precis
Summarize Chapter 9, beginning with the section titled “Christian Ethics as Narrative Ethics,” through the end of the chapter of Beyond Bumper Sticker Ethics. Be sure to read the whole chapter for broader content and contextual understanding, even though your actual précis and critical analysis will focus on “Christian Ethics as Narrative Ethics” through the end of Chapter 9. Refrain from or severely limit utilizing quotations.
In 600 to 800 words, briefly describe the author’s thesis, key concepts/ideas, key terms, the method/approach used by the author, and the evident purpose of (reason for) the author’s piece. The précis should consist of about two-thirds of the total word count for the essay.
- Use your own words to state what the author studied (or discussed).
- How was it accomplished (or the procedure/focus)?
- What was learned (or what were the results)?
- What does it means (or why it is important)?
Part II: Critical Analysis
In 200 to 400 words, write a critical analysis. Be sure to review the “Precis Explanation and Overview.” Include the word count at the end of Part II. Be sure to stay within the given word count range to avoid penalties for not meeting or exceeding the word-count range. The critical analysis should consist of about a third of the total word count for the essay.
Use these sources cite in APA
1. Beyond Bumper Sticker Ethics
Read Chapters 9 and 12 in Beyond Bumper Sticker Ethics.
2. The Story of Ethics: Fulfilling Our Human Nature
Read Chapter 2 in The Story of Ethics: Fulfilling Our Human Nature.
1. The Trolley Allegory
Review “The Trolley Allegory.”
1. Christian Ethics
Read “Christian Ethics” by Gustafson from the Encyclopedia of Ethics (2001).
Read Chapter 9 “Christianity” by MacIntyre from A Short History of Ethics (2003).
3. Divine Command Ethics
Read “Divine Command Ethics” by Bretherton from the Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology(2011).