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Trustworthiness Embodies Four Ethical Principles:Integrity is moral wholeness demonstrated by a consistency of: Thoughts – what we think; Words – what we say; Deeds – what we do; Duties – what we should doHonesty: Truthfulness – representing true facts and intentions to the best of one’s knowledgeSincerity – being genuine, without trickery or duplicity.
Trustworthiness Embodies Four Ethical Principles:Candor – volunteers information the other person would want to know; being frank, forthright, open Playing by the rules — no cheatingBeing trustworthy with others’ property — no stealing.Loyalty: Stand by, stick up for and protect your family, friends, school and country. Be a good friend.Look out for those who care about you. Keep confidences.
THE PILLAR OF TRUSTWORTHINESS IN SCRIPTURE2 Sam 7:2828 O Sovereign LORD, you are God! Your words are trustworthy, and you have promised these good things to your servant.
Respect Embodies Seven Basic Rules:Honor Individuals WorthShow Courtesy and CivilityHonor Standards and CustomsAccept DifferencesRespect Others’ AutonomyAvoid Violence or Threats
PILLAR OF RESPECT IN SCRIPTURELev 19:33 "'Each of you must respect his mother and father, and you must observe my Sabbaths. I am the LORD your God. (NIV)
Responsibility Embodies Twelve Concepts:1.Be Accountable2.Exercise Self-Control3.Plan and Set Goals4.Choose Positive Attitudes5.Do Your Duty6.Be Self-Reliant
Responsibility Embodies Twelve Concepts:7. Pursue Excellence8. Be Proactive9. Be Persistent10. Be Reflective11. Set a Good Example12. Be Morally Guided
THE PILLAR OF RESPONSIBILITY IN SCRIPTURENum 4:2727 All their service, whether carrying or doing other work, is to be done under the direction of Aaron and his sons. You shall assign to them as their responsibility all they are to carry. (NIV)
Two Aspects of FairnessProcess – how we make decisions.–The moral obligation arising from this concern is to make decisions fairly; this is called procedural fairness.Results – what we decide, the substance of the decision. The consequences or benefits should be fair.The moral obligation is to make fair decisions; this is called substantive fairness.
Procedural Fairness Requires Four Precepts1.Fair Notice2.Impartiality3.Gathering of the Facts4.Fair Hearing
THE PILLAR OF FAIRNESS/JUSTICE IN SCRIPTUREJudg 9:1616 "Now if you have acted honorably and in good faith when you made Abimelech king, and if you have been fair to Jerub-Baal and his family, and if you have treated him as he deserves-- (NIV)
Eight Elements of Caring:Concern for others’ well-being
CompassionEmpathyKindness and considerationCharitySacrificeGratitudeMercy and Forgiveness
Four Citizenship RequirementsFulfill your civic duties.Do your share.Respect authority.Attempt to pursue civic virtues.
THE PILLAR OF CITIZENSHIP IN SCRIPTUREPs 33:1212 Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance. (NIV)