(45) SE3: Peter's Betrayal Wasn't Cowardice
We take a look at another case study of consequentialism in the Bible - the Apostle Peter. I argue that Peter was not at all a coward, but was rather a human with an agenda who became disillusioned when God's way didn't align with his own.
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- Various reflections related to consequentialism: https://www.dckreider.com/blog-theological-musings/category/pragmatism-and-consequentialism
- Peter's Betrayal Wasn't Cowardice: https://www.dckreider.com/blog-theological-musings/peters-denial-wasnt-cowardice