Christian Ethics

Designation: THEO 6013

An introduction to the methods and processes of Christian moral concerns and appropriate responses. In the context of classical thinkers and schools, the range of Christian ethics will be presented, with special attention to categories of ethical inquiry such as race/ethnicity, sexuality, bioethics, the environment, peace and justice, and global concerns/human rights, especially from a Canadian perspective. In developing blended strategies for decision-making (deontological, teleological, character ethics, etc.), priority will be given to the use of key biblical texts and viewing the church as an ethical community.

Recommended Prior Study

  • THEO 5013┬áChristian Theology I
  • THEO 5023┬áChristian Theology II


Dr. Anna Robbins
Dr. Millard R. Cherry Professor of Theology, Ethics and Culture: 1-902-585-2251:

Available Online via ADC GO

Take this course in our new ADC Go format. Watch weekly lectures on demand from anywhere. Participate in the live weekly classroom sessions with your professor and fellow classmates.

Course Information
Current Schedule - On Demand / Weekly - Winter Term 2018 Designation


THEO 6013 T2