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Christian Ethics

Life, death, money, power, sex. How might Christians think clearly, faithfully, and constructively about the most pressing ethical issues of our time: the beginning and ending of life, genetic interventions and therapies, wealth and poverty, climate change and animal welfare, violence and war, sexuality, singleness and marriage, and so on? In this course we do not aim to “solve” all of these issues, but we do intend to explore how to frame them, discern their complexities, understand our current contexts, and work toward answers through studying Scripture, reasoning theologically, and mining resources from the Christian tradition.

Dates and times
Spring Semester
May 23—June 9, 2017,
6:30—9:30 pm each weekday evening

Available as a public access course
Register for THEO 180: Christian Ethics as a non-credit public access course. Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate and you do not need to be a King's student to register. 

To register, contact the Registration and Student Finance Office.

Available for credit
Students who wish register in this course for credit should do so by using CrossRoads, or by contacting the Registration and Student Finance Office.

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Christian Ethics