ET 1 Introduction to Christian Ethics

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ET 1 Introduction to Christian Ethics

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This Course covers the 4th canonical area of Christian Ethics and Moral Theology which reads as follows: The sources of Christian ethics and moral theology, including the Holy Scriptures, Christian tradition and experience; major ethical theories and major figures in the field; the nature, locus and justification for "the good," including the relation between God, Christ and the good; the nature of moral agency, including the understanding of such issues as freedom, responsibility, obligation, virtue, conscience and character; moral judgment, including the knowledge of the relation between religious belief and moral judgment; the place of spirituality in Anglican teaching about the moral life; major moral issues facing Christians, past and present, and how Anglican moral theologians have resolved or might resolve them.

The Very Rev. Dr. Michael Battle.  3 credits or Audit.

Michaelmas term (September 4 - December 14, 2018).  Mondays, 8:10 am  - 12:30 pm.

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