FREEDOM OF CONSCIENCE ACCORDING TO CHRISTIAN ANTHROPOLOGY PERSPECTIVE

  • Ieremia Rusu Associate Professor PhD, 'Timotheus' Brethren Theological Institute of Bucharest, Romania, Episcopul Radu Street, No. 53-55, sect. 2, RO-020752.
Keywords: Conscience, freedom, Christian anthropology, soul, spirit

Abstract

This article analyzes the importance of the freedom of conscience from the Christian Anthropology point of view. In order to study the importance of freedom of conscience, the author presents the most common anthropological theories regarding the human constitution. In the second part, the author focuses on the biblical teaching about the key components of the human being: soul, spirit, heart, mind. In the last part of this article, the main point is the study of conscience as a constitutive part of man, and emphasizes the importance of freedom of conscience.

Published
2018-04-22