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August 9, 2007
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We tell lies to one another every day. But when we commit other acts that are generally believed to be immoral, like cruelty and theft, we do not seek to justify them. We either deny that the acts we committed are appropriately described by these terms, or we feel guilt or remorse. But many of us are prepared to defend our lies: indeed, to. Second, Rahab’s lie is never condoned anywhere in the Bible text. The New Testament writers certainly do not claim that she was “justified” by her misrepresentation of the facts regarding the Hebrew spies. Third, lying is uniformly condemned throughout the Bible (see Leviticus ; Proverbs ; Ephesians ; Revelation ). The.
So, for Waltke, the Rahab’s lie was okay because the rules of the game (war) did not require truth. Lying and deception are a part of war, just like they are a part of chess, football, hunting, etc. So too, are other situations in or lives. We do not need to tell strangers the truth if it could put us in danger to do so. Long before the "Starr Report" and alleged presidential perjury were the topic of the day, Yale pediatric oncologist Dr. Diane Komp decided to explore the issue of lying: why people do it and whether lies are ever justified. Her just-published book on that topic, "The Anatomy of a Lie: The Truth About Lies and Why Good People Tell Them," makes only one small mention of.
Lying is not a light subject and deciding to do so, superficially, is a bad idea. Not even close to morally defensible in the interest of the greater good. Too superficial a treatment of such a. Is a Lie Ever Justified? To give good reason for lying, the person doing the deceiving must be able to explain his lie in such a way that other reasonable people would agree with him that a lie was the best solution to a particular dilemma. This is the “publicity test” whereby the reason for the lie is judged to be reasonable by reasonable people.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Trumbull, H. Clay (Henry Clay), Lie never justifiable. Philadelphia, J.D. Wattles & Co., A Lie Never Justifiable: A Study in Ethics. Henry Clay Trumbull Preview this book of Nyssa Harischandra Hodge human illustration intention to deceive Jeremy Taylor justifiable concealment Justin Martyr liar lie is never lie of exigency lie of necessity lies Lord Lord Brougham lying man's Martensen matter ment mind moral sense moralists.
Is a Lie Ever Justifiable?–Two Proffered Answers.–Inducements and Temptations Influencing a Decision.–Incident in Army Prison Life.–Difference in Opinion.–Killing Enemy, or Lying to Him.–Killing, but not Lying, Possibility with God.–Beginning of this Discussion.–Its Continuance.–Origin of this Book.
ETHNIC CONCEPTIONS. spoken of as a lie unto him, or as a lie against him. In the few cases where the Bible narrative has been thought by some to indicate an approval by the Lord of a lie, that was told, as it were, in his interest, an examination of the facts will show that they offer no exception to the rule that, by the Bible standard, a lie is never justifiable.
Christopher O. Tollefsen, who first initiated the conversation in Public Discourse, has now published Lying and Christian Ethics, a terrific book defending the absolutist view that it is never morally acceptable to lie, no matter the circumstances.
Whether A Lie Is Ever Justifiable, Is A Question That Has Been In Discussion, Not Only In All The Christian Centuries, But Ever Since Questions Concerning Human Conduct Were First A. Komp begins her book with Trumball's difficult thesis, that a lie is never justifiable. Trumbull was a prisoner during the Civil War and chose to remain in a jail rather than join his comrades in lying to the enemy, a Confederate prison guard, in order to escape.
The first thing we need to address is the underlying basis of our moral system. We can use either a rule based (deontological) or consequentialist moral systems.
In a rule based system we have certain rules we strive to never violate. For example. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Trumbull, H. Clay (Henry Clay), Lie never justifiable. Philadelphia, J.D. Wattles & Co. “The problem is not that we are sinners: the problem is not repenting of sin, not being ashamed of what we have done.” In his homily at his daily Mass at Domus Sanctae Marthae onPope Francis was discussing, and commending, the example of Saint Peter, who, having denied Christ, was now (in John ) reaffirming his love for his Lord and.
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Clay Trumbull - Free Ebook Project Gutenberg.A Lie Never Justifiable Part I By: H Clay Trumbull. User: Zakirbookrix. Henry Clay Trumbull (June 8, – December 8, ) was an American clergyman and author, born on June 8,at Stonington, Connecticut, and educated at Williston Northampton School. He became a world famous editor, author, and pioneer of the Sunday School.