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A '''Responsibility''' is an [[obligation]] which an individual needs to act on in order to maintain his [[integrity]]. A person who establishes a reputation as responsible, will be given more responsibilities.
 
A '''Responsibility''' is an [[obligation]] which an individual needs to act on in order to maintain his [[integrity]]. A person who establishes a reputation as responsible, will be given more responsibilities.
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== Human moral responsibility ==
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In general, the whole judicial trial process of [[proof]], [[conviction]] and [[judgment]] in [[court]]s rests on an assumption that [[human beings]] have freedom in decision-making and bear responsibility for their choices.<ref name="Stott2012">{{cite book |title=The Cross of Christ |author=John Stott |publisher=InterVarsity Press |year=2012 |chapter=4. The Problem of Forgiveness |pages=95 |isbn=978-08308-66366 |quote= ...generally speaking, the whole procedure of trying, convicting and sentencing ... }}</ref> 
  
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Latest revision as of 11:39, 18 October 2020

A Responsibility is an obligation which an individual needs to act on in order to maintain his integrity. A person who establishes a reputation as responsible, will be given more responsibilities.

Human moral responsibility

In general, the whole judicial trial process of proof, conviction and judgment in courts rests on an assumption that human beings have freedom in decision-making and bear responsibility for their choices.[1]

References

  1. John Stott (2012). "4. The Problem of Forgiveness", The Cross of Christ. InterVarsity Press, 95. ISBN 978-08308-66366. “...generally speaking, the whole procedure of trying, convicting and sentencing ...”