The Power of Religious Faith as a Predictor of Autonomy, Community, and Divinity Ethical Values

Romulus-Dan NICOARĂ, Ana-Maria NICOARĂ, Codruța Alina POPESCU


This article investigates the influence of religious faith on ethical values (autonomy, community, and divinity), and specifically considers the predictive role in shaping individuals' orientations toward autonomy, community, and divinity. Study examines the ways in which adherence to religious beliefs molds ethical perspectives. The research employs a multidimensional framework to assess the correlation between religious faith and values associated with personal autonomy, communal responsibility, and the sacred. Understanding the power of religious faith as a predictor of ethical values has implications for fostering a deeper comprehension of diverse moral frameworks and facilitating interfaith dialogue. The article underscores the importance of recognizing and respecting the role of religious beliefs in shaping ethical convictions, thereby contributing to a more inclusive and informed discourse on morality in a pluralistic society.


power of religious faith, ethics of autonomy, ethics of community, ethics of divinity, EVA, SCSRFQ

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