TANGGUNG JAWAB MENJALANKAN PROTOKOL KESEHATAN DI TENGAH PANDEMI COVID-19 DITINJAU DARI PERSPEKTIF ETIKA KRISTEN

  • Tony Salurante Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Injili Arastamar Jakarta
  • Riste Tioma Silaen Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Injili Arastamar Jakarta
  • Yane Keluanan Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Injili Arastamar Jakarta
  • Yosia Belo Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Injili Arastamar Jakarta
Keywords: Christian ethics, responsibility, good works, covid-19, health protocol

Abstract

This article describes the various views of Christian ethicists about the concept of responsibility. The paper attempts to better understand the meaning of responsibility for Christians during pandemic covid 19, particularly in carrying out health protocols. It is said that responsibility has relevance for human ethics-moral life and actions that reveal through His love. When the notion of responsibility is only associated with a mere duty ethic, it will be trapped in consequentialism. Responsibility in Christian ethics is the manifestation of good deeds based on the grace of faith. This is the essence of the Christian life. Responsibility in Christianity reflects loving God and neighbor, not just the right or wrong attitude because this action does not affect the promise of salvation. In the theological perspective, responsibility is seen as retrospective responsibility for past actions and the consequences before God.

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Published
2021-05-19
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Salurante, T., Silaen, R., Keluanan, Y., & Belo, Y. (2021). TANGGUNG JAWAB MENJALANKAN PROTOKOL KESEHATAN DI TENGAH PANDEMI COVID-19 DITINJAU DARI PERSPEKTIF ETIKA KRISTEN. VISIO DEI: JURNAL TEOLOGI KRISTEN, 3(1), 63-83. https://doi.org/10.35909/visiodei.v3i1.198
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