In Conscience the author considers the importance of the conscience in its motives, moods and manifestations. "Con" stands for, in conjunction with, and "Science" indicates knowledge, so that the word conscience means knowledge which we hold in conjunction with another – none other than God. When we are about to form an intention, conscience plays a vital role approving that right should and wrong should not be carried out by the will.
A healthy conscience will approve where right has been chosen and reprove where wrong has been chosen. If the warning of this alarm bell is ignored, the result is an unhealthy conscience that excuses sin. The Word of God is employed to show the various states of conscience that may be displayed in this insightful study that is illustrated with the use of a helpful chart.