Doing the Right Thing

This six-session video-based study explores the ethical and moral breakdown that is hitting culture from all sides. Through panel discussions, interviews, and live student questions it raises ethical issues in a non-condemning but challenging way, stimulating thought, discussion, and action. The video sessions and accompanying participant’s guide encourage you to examine yourself and how ethical and character issues relate to your life at home, school, and your workplace. As a result of this discussion and self-examination, you and your group will exhort each other and promote an ethic of virtue in your spheres of influence and in the culture at large.

6 sessions
Duration: 3:18:21

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Sessions

Doing the Right Thing, Session 1. How Did We Get Into this Mess?

Duration: 32:22

This session focuses on resolving ethical disputes and the impossibility of relativism.

Doing the Right Thing, Session 2. Is There Truth, a Moral Law We All Can Know?

Duration: 32:14

This session focuses on the need for consistency in moral law and how this stands in contrast to the prevailing thought of relativism.

Doing the Right Thing, Session 3. If We Know What is Right, Can We Do It?

Duration: 34:48

In this session, you will learn that you can develop habits of the heart that lead to right behavior.

Doing the Right Thing, Session 4. What Does it Mean to Be Human?

Duration: 31:04

This session focuses on the unique dignity of each person as the foundation for dealing with medical and bioethical issues.

Doing the Right Thing, Session 5. Ethics in the Market Place

Duration: 30:28

This session focuses on the three pillars of Western liberal democracies: political freedom, economic freedom, and moral restraint.

Doing the Right Thing, Session 6. Ethics in Public Life

Duration: 31:39

In this session, you will learn that fundamental change happens only when there is a widespread movement that values ethics more than the supposed benefits that come from ethical compromises.

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