An exploration of religion in all its facets through continuous discussion and respect for all.
The Ethical / Legal Dimension. The laws, formal and moral, that come out of any system. Runs the gamut from the extensive and complex set of enforceable Mosaic laws to the variable, unwritten set of Christian taboos.
The ethical and legal dimension: This covers religious rules and laws that stem from the narrative and doctrinal aspects of each tradition. By following the various laws or commandments, the believer seeks to lead a virtuous life. In the Jewish Torah there are 613 mitzvah or commandments and in Islam there is the sharia law. In Polynesian traditions there is the concept of tapu (taboo) that limits or forbids a wide range of activities, for example limiting who may, or may not, collect shellfish from a given location or at certain times of year.
ethical and legal dimension: these are laws that shape behaviour. it talks about taboos what should or should not be done. everything that is done requires some rule and procedure.
ethical and legal dimension is the law that a tradition incorporates into its group.
The ethical and legal dimension deals with practices which includes regular worship, preaching, teaching, praying etc.it is a code for us to follow which help to regulate and shape lives
The ethical and legal dimension this is the law of a religion. It is the code that guides us in having a god relationship with God.It is code for us to follow.
The ethical and legal dimention is the law of a religion. This deals with rules about human behaviour, what should be done and what is considered taboo.
The Ethical and legal dimension of religion are the rules and law that govern human behaviour, which all should adhere to in order to have fulfilment in our everyday relationship with God.
the ethical and legal dimension of a religion are the rules and laws which govern that religion and its people. there are some things that we are not expected to do when we are apart of a particular religion for example un hinduism a woman of a higher caste is forbiden to marry a man of a lower caste.
Please remember what was discussed about analysing a question. All the claims and the demands of the question must be met.