Ethics in Intercultural ContextDesignation: THEO 6513
An intercultural and contextual introduction to central issues in Christian ethics, with attention to the way in which moral reflection interacts with philosophy and culture. The course explores biblical-theological foundations for ethics, the role of scripture and Jesus example in ethical formulation, and deals with major contemporary topics including gender, sexuality, marriage, euthanasia, war, bioethics, wealth, and poverty. This course is normally taught by an Indigenous instructor.
Recommended Prior Study
This course does not have an assigned professor currently
Available in a Special Format
|Current Schedule - Self Paced - Winter Term 2021||Designation||Instructor|
|THEO 6513 X2||TBA|