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INTERDEPENDENT SYSTEMS. Interdependent Systems. SCV.04 explain how Scriptures can be used in analysing and critiquing personal and social situations . PFV.03 explore ways Church teaching can help people understand contemporary ethical and moral issues as part of the discernment process .

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Interdependent Systems

  • SCV.04 explain how Scriptures can be used in analysing and critiquing personal and social situations.

  • PFV.03 explore ways Church teaching can help people understand contemporary ethical and moral issues as part of the discernment process.

  • CMV.03 apply a contemporary understanding of conscience to the process of conscience formation and moral decision-making;

  • CMV.05 apply Church teaching to contemporary ethical and moral issues.

  • FLV.03 apply related Church teaching to values and practices that promote or undermine relationships and the sacredness of life.

  • We will demonstrate how we live in a web of relationships which affect one another.


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  • From the text, Living Justice and Peace:

  • Read pages 77-107 in the following chunks, responding to the pertinent questions (there are a couple of different editions of the textbook so some page references may not be exact; the subtitles should guide reading):

  • A Call to Put Faith into Action - 77-79; que. 1-3

  • Awareness: Friendship with the World - 80-87; que. 4-8

  • Analysis: Asking “Why?” - 88-96; que. 10-15

  • Action: Bringing Life to the World - 97-106; que. 17-20

  • Justice is a Journey -107


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  • From LJP, pages 77-107 questions 1-20

  • Guides seeking justice:

  • Steps in faith in action cycle:

  • Awareness:

  • Worldview:

  • Experience & Culture:

  • Avoid being blind:

  • Love-centred worldview:

  • The above concepts tell us how we know what we know and why we might behave as we behave.


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  • From LJP, pages 77-107 questions 1-20

  • Creation is interdependent:

  • Relationship maps show:

  • Social structure:

  • Root causes of social sin:

  • Power:

  • Power over vs. power with:

  • The above concepts tell us that we are affected not only by our decisions but the decisions of others.


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Interdependent Systems

  • From LJP, pages 77-107 questions 1-20

  • Direct action vs. social action:

  • Justice in solidarity:

  • Loving action and injustice:

  • Nonviolent non-cooperation:

  • The above concepts tell us that there are ways to advocate for the common good.


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Interdependent Systems

In interdependent systems we acknowledge that all spheres of our lives (SPIES) are connected and that a change in one area necessarily means change in the others. This is true for the web of relationships in which we live.

  • All domains of society (systems) interact to form a unified whole.

  • The goal of a healthy society is to find equilibrium within the systems that pursues loving relationships and the common good.

  • Healthy systems are characterised by a culture of justice/life; unhealthy systems are characterised by a culture of consumption/death.


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Interdependent Systems

In interdependent systems we acknowledge that all spheres of our lives (SPIES) are connected and that a change in one area necessarily means change in the others. This is true for the web of relationships in which we live.


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Interdependent Systems

  • We can describe several systems:

    • Ecological: the natural world;

    • Ethical: codes of behaviour;

    • Physical: the material person/world;

    • Political: how communities organise & govern themselves;

    • Socio-economic: the relative wealth (social & financial) of people;

    • Theological: understanding God & our relationship with one another.


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Interdependent Systems

  • In groups of 3, consider one of the case studies:

    • What is the impact on each of the systems?

    • Consider two possible outcomes for the situation and how each of the systems might be impacted?

    • Note your responses on chart-paper.

    • Prepare to share your responses with the class.


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Interdependent Systems

In interdependent systems we acknowledge that all spheres of our lives (SPIES) are connected and that a change in one area necessarily means change in the others. This is true for the web of relationships in which we live.


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