Christian Ethics

Course IDCourse NameInstructorRoom NumberTime
PA 660Christian Ethics3 ECTSSee ScheduleMDiv 2

This class is for the Master of Divinity program.  This class will examine ethics in the Old and New Testaments. A brief history of Christian ethical reflection with its various approaches will also be taken. Students who take this class will gain general principles of both individual and social ethics. There will be attempts made to develop skills in thinking and acting ethically in the light of biblical principles. Reflection will be made on selected specific issues such as abortion, capital punishment, euthanasia, genetics, racial/ethnic discrimination, warfare, etc.

Prerequisites for the Course

The course is intended for second year MDiv students. Students should have taken Elementary Greek and Elementary Hebrew, and Survey of Doctrine.