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Christian Ethics

This course explores the connection between being a Christian and being a morally responsible person. It attends to foundational questions of ethics in light of the Christian narrative, such as: What kind of people should we be? What should we do? What sort of communities should we construct? It, therefore, focuses on three dynamic, interdependent dimensions of morality: character, choices and community. Some applied ethical issues are examined. For theology and religious studies majors/minors only.

Advanced Core Curriculum Designation: CI
Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credits: 4.0