Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
- Gain familiarity with key theories, ideas, and vocabulary of ethical philosophy.
- Begin, in humility, to form compassionate kingdom-based ethical responses to contemporary issues.
- Experience growth in personal ethics and virtue through the habits of analysis, discussion, introspection, and action.
- Practice interpreting the moral and virtue implications of the Bible in ethically robust ways.
- Utilize critical thinking, introspection and empathy to evaluate and contrast various perspectives within and outside of Christian ethics.
This course is a biblical examination of various theological and philosophical approaches to ethics, while working towards the development of a personal and communal Christian ethic. Attention will be given to the teachings of Jesus with representative engagement of contemporary moral issues.
B231 Christian Theology will give you the right foundation to get the most out of this course. If you are enrolled in a program, it is a required prerequisite. However, if you have equivalent life experience or other course work and would like to take the course, contact the academic dean.
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- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
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