"I am the Way and the Truth and the Life. Nobody comes to the Father but through Me." "This is the eternal life that people know You, the only and true God and Whom You sent, Jesus Christ." These are words spoken by Jesus Himself. A true christology of ethics, therefore, will take this as both the starting point and the goal. It is not via a long way of whatever philosophy, not even the Mosaic law, that we must come to the Father, but directly through Christ. And in the end the Father and the Son will also be our eternal reward.
A veritable definition of Christology (knowledge of Christ) takes into account the whole personality of the believer. From the heart to the mind and from the spirit to the body a truly christological person is devoted to his or her Lord.
A true christology motivates your entire person and thus turns you into a wholesome and loving being. Also it leads us further on the straight and narrow and helps us not to turn either to the right or to the left. A true christology makes no compromise on either side and is the golden mean between all altercations and deviations.
And in the end this all leads to worship of the Father and the Son. The Holy Spirit, according to Jesus in John 16, honors the Son, not Himself. And the Son honors the Father. It is therefore improper to worship the Holy Spirit, or even to call upon Him. The Holy Spirit prays for us with infathomable sighings, because we ourselves do not know what is good for us, but He does.
Christology is the heart of the present disciplines and from it follow the others as in a circle counter clockwise. The former encompasses the latter, narrowing down to theory.