The Biblical View on Ethics and the Development of History
The Bible has long been seen as the standard for ethics and morality, even by carnal men. In today’s age, we have many commonly used phrases such as “Do unto others as you would have done to yourself” and “The love of money is the root of all evil”. While just about everyone knows these sayings, or something like them, not everyone knows that they are quotes from the Bible, or what they mean in context with the rest of the scriptures.
This is evidence of the fact that the moral law put forth in the Bible has been a cornerstone of mainstream ethics in western history. This was most likely facilitated by the spread of the Gospel in the Roman Empire and the growth of the Christian church.
For many people, even if they do not believe in God or follow the Christian faith, they do know and follow many of the ethical codes that are from the Bible. Thus has a biblical view of ethics been a standard in the development of history.