What is the view of the biblical materials on the role of ethics in the development of history? Well that is what I am going to be talking about in this essay. In the Bible, there are several biblical views that are present in  ethics that are in history to this day. These views are present throughout the entire Bible. For example, If you feel stressed remember this verse: ” Consider it pure joy, my brothers, and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” – James 1:2-4. Another one is about love: “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” – Corinthians 13:4-5. There are many other verses that people use to get them through the day.

A lot of Bible verses all contain one specific theme. According to ethics, sanctions will be given. If the person (the one who the sanctions are being given to) wants good sanctions, he must obey God’s law and do good. This way he gets good sanctions. If he does the opposite of this than he will receive bad sanctions, and nobody likes bad sanctions. Sanctions, good or bad, are determined on what you do, what you think, what you say, etc. People can choose whether they live a good life or a bad one. It is their decision. Nobody can make them change. Not even God can make them change, but he knows the outcome, and it either good or bad. Lets hope that it’s good. It has been a thing that has remained constant throughout all of history.

A life of wisdom and righteousness eventually leads to good sanctions and a life of evil and wickedness eventually leads to bad sanctions. It a life of wisdom and righteousness eventually leads to good sanctions and a life of evil and wickedness eventually leads to bad sanctions, then why do people still do wicked things if it brings them bad sanctions? Well, people delight in wicked things and they do not care about the sanctions. If they do know about the sanctions though then again, why do they still do it? Because, once they have been exposed to a bad thing, and the become addicted to it, they lose sight of the sanctions. They do not care about it any more. They like the bad things that they are exposed to so much, that they lose sight of Godly things.

A good sanction used in the Bible was when God gave Noah the instructions to build the ark because they were good to God and served him. There are many other good and bad sanctions used in the Bible. A bad one was when David took Bathsheba for his wife then killed her husband. Because of this God killed David’s first son. Sanctions can be good or bad. I hope you get a good one.