This study examines the ethical issues of the 4th industrial revolution society that innovative technology would create, and to explore the characteristics of ethical responsibility that can be applied to them from a Christian ethical perspective. The new ethics required in the era of the 4th industrial revolution should not limit the object of moral responsibility and consideration to the hu- man species, but extend it to all living creatures, even to humanoids who may one day communicate emotionally with humans and know how to feel and ex- press pain. And the scope of moral responsibility and consideration should not be limited to the present generation, but extended to future generations. Also, it is necessary to reflect on the fact that modern ethics has often neglected the emotional elements that affect one’s moral judgment process. This is because human beings do not always act rationally, and sometimes heroic and sacrificial ethical behavior arises from emotions. Christians as the image of God, should implement church education that fosters moral responsibility and consideration for the needs of all living creatures and future generations. In particular, Christian ethics need to focus on emotional education to develop the sensibility for suffering beings, that is, moral empathy.