ET1-Introduction to Christian Ethics
ET 1 – INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN ETHICS
A survey of classic and contemporary approaches to Christian ethics and Anglican moral theology. The course reviews concepts that moral arguments employ (divine command, natural law, teleology, consequentialism, deontology and virtue theory); the sources of authority that moral arguments engage (scripture, tradition and reason); the normative content of love; the role of major Christian thinkers; and the formative communities and locations in which moral action and reflection take place (church, state, society).
Distinguish Visiting Prof. Carnley. 3 credits.
Easter 2013. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00-10:20am.
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