Moral progress and the role we can play - A Christian Science Perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
How can we help support a climate of moral progress in the world?
Moral progress has been vital to a world that often seems tested by corruption within national governments such as acts of graft, fraud, and bribery. The Monitor editorial “Making the world safe for anti-corruption whistle-blowers” (CSMonitor.com) highlights the recent resignation of Ukraine’s economy minister, who was taking a stand against corruption in his country. The article explains that in many other countries “both foreign pressure and grass-roots campaigns have created a climate of approval for top officials to speak out about wrongdoing.” The minister’s example of moral courage – his “brave stand for ethics” – points to the potential for further such progress around the world. Read more.
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