Choose an account from the Bible that describes an ethical dilemma and describe what happened in your own words.
Write a six to eight-page paper that includes the following criteria:
Summary of the content of the biblical passage including the story, ethical issue, and outcomes or consequences of choices. Include the scriptural reference.
Summarize the passage of scripture in your own words.
Do not copy/paste the summary from a biblical reference book or a Bible. The summary of the scripture section should not exceed one page. A few quotes are acceptable but this should be a paraphrase.
Begin your paper with a statement in the introductory paragraph such as, “This paper will summarize the book of Ruth, chapters 1-4, from the Bible.” If you do not have an explanatory phrase similar to this one, you will need to cite each sentence summarizing scripture.
Additional Bible passages or sources included in the paper will need to be cited per APA Manual/APA
Central format. Write a six to eight-page paper that includes the following criteria: In another paragraph, apply one provision of the ANA Code of Ethics to the passage.
Application of an ethical principle from your textbook Professional Nursing: Concepts and Challenges.
Identification of at least two IWU World Changer characteristics demonstrated in the biblical account from the IWU World Changing Aims.
Application of the Six-Step Ethical Decision-Making process from your textbook, Professional Nursing; Concepts and Challenges to the biblical account. This paper may be written in the first person, however, maintain professional language.
You are required to cite and reference a minimum of two scholarly resources in this paper, in addition to the Bible.
If you use verses from the Bible, you will not need to reference it. but If you use the study notes at the bottom of the page, you will need to cite and reference the Bible. Your textbook, Professional Concepts & Challenges, may be one of the scholarly resources.
Adam and Eve – Genesis 2:7 – 3:24
Abram/Abraham – Genesis Chapters 12 – 25
Jacob and Esau – Genesis 25:19 – 35:14
Joseph – Genesis Chapters 37, 39 – 50
Moses – Exodus Chapters 1 – 14
The Ten Commandments – Exodus Chapters 19 – 20:20, 32 -34
The book of Ruth
The book of Esther
The book of Daniel chapters 1-6
The Sermon on the Mount – Matthew Chapters 5 – 7
Email your professor to request faculty permission if there is a different Scripture you would like to use.
Proofread your paper for grammar, spelling, and APA errors. Use the Grammarly if that is beneficial to you. Here is the link that explains the use of the Grammarly tool: https://kb.indwes.edu/Apps/Grammarly. Remember that the Grammarly tool does not have your nursing knowledge. Some suggestions or comments may not be accurate, but Grammarly is useful as a general tool to assist with improving your writing style as needed.
WORLD CHANGING AIMS
Mission: Indiana Wesleyan University is a Christ-centered academic community committed to changing the world by developing students in character, scholarship, and leadership.
A World Changer is a servant leader who exhibits the following:
Basics of the Christian Faith: A knowledge of the basic themes and truths of the Old and New Testaments and the basic beliefs of Christianity, an awareness of Bible-based morality and social responsibility, and a reasoned understanding of a Christian worldview and the meaning of salvation as expressed in evangelical Christianity.
Liberal Arts Foundation: A solid grasp of the general studies that have been associated with a liberal arts education.
Competency in a Discipline: Competency in at least one major discipline of the university curriculum.
Integration of Knowledge: The integration of knowledge with the Christian faith and across academic disciplines.
Leadership Understanding: Knowledge of the key components and dynamics essential to effective servant-minded leadership in any setting that leads to positive world changing outcomes.
Creativity: Making connections between various bodies of information.
Critical Thinking: Analyzing information in order to determine the validity of competing truth claims, and to solve problems.
Communication Skills: Reading critically, writing clearly, and communicating effectively.
Self-discipline: Demonstrating habits of correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement.
Leadership: Taking action to effect change by mobilizing others to accomplish a shared vision.
Dispositions (Beliefs and Attitudes)
Commitment to Truth: A commitment to the search for Truth as revealed in the Bible and in God’s created order.
Lifelong Learning: A commitment to discovering and processing information in preparation for a life of learning.
Human Worth: The belief that God created all life and therefore all people have worth.
Inclusion: The willingness to interact with persons of different perspectives and cultures without surrendering a commitment to truth.
Stewardship: The belief that the created order is a trust from God and a commitment to the wise use of all the resources of life.
Life Calling: The confidence of an overriding purpose for one’s life based on a relationship to God, an understanding of self, and a personal response to the needs of the world.
Agents of Change: A commitment to change the world for Christ.
Servanthood: A commitment to meet the needs of others before one’s own self interests.