Ethics in Intercultural Context

Designation: 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 JesusÂ’ 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

  • None

Instructor

Dr. Terry LeBlanc
Adjunct Faculty of Theology, Community Development, Intercultural Studies, Ethics, NAIITS

Available Online

Course Information
Current Schedule - Special Time - Fall Term 2018 Designation Instructor
THEO 6513 T1 Dr. Terry LeBlanc