Looking for clarity on the role of your conscience? Read this article to see both the blessing and limitation of your conscience.
This book discusses the subject of conscience. In this chapter, the author surveys the Old and New Testament to give a biblical perspective on this subject.
The conscience is a moral faculty, given by God. This article looks at the difference between a dull conscience and a good one. It shows how to keep a good conscience.
Conscience is knowledge held in common with another, namely, God. It is a man's knowledge of himself as God knows him. This article discusses the role of the conscience within Puritanism. It reflects on the place of conscience among Puritans, their teaching about it, and how their understanding of conscience shaped their preaching.
This article explores the value of maintaining a good conscience. It addresses the question of whether your conscience is perfectly reliable, and then shows how you can calibrate your conscience.
Chapter 1 is a reminder of the way our conscience functions and how it is subject to the Word of God. The author does it through an exploration of five features of the conscience.
This article considers the place of the conscience in ethics. It evaluates a medieval distinction between synteresis (the light of nature) and conscientia (conscience). It also considers a more modern, philosophical view of the conscience, which in turn it rejects. It explains that even a good conscience does not justify us before God. Nevertheless, God can and does make claims on the conscience.