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Ethics Resources

The Taylor University Center for Ethics is committed to providing resources to assist our students, faculty and the community in understanding and living Christ-centered moral values. Links to those resources can be found below.

Framework for Ethical Discernment

The Framework for Ethical Discernment was developed by the Center for Ethics to provide a basic introduction to Christian moral reasoning and to assist in understanding how to approach ethical decisions. You can access the document by clicking on the title above.

Integration of Faith and Living at Taylor University

This statement developed by the Center for Ethics explains why a focus on ethics and helping students to develop Christian moral character is essential to the mission of Taylor University.

Ethics in the Workplace: Using Internships and Practicums to Learn about Moral Values in the Real World

Recommended questions that students can use to initiate conversations about ethics and moral values with those they work with in internships and practicums.

Sources of Information about Ethics

This page lists web sites, books, journals and codes of ethics that faculty associated with the Center for Ethics have recommended. These sources are a starting place to learn about ethics. We do not necessarily agree with the content of all the sources, but recommend them as a way to learn how others think about ethics.



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