Moral Principles

Course Level:  Graduate Level

 

Hybrid Course Format: 

TWO DAY INTENSIVE:  10 hours of class time (not including breaks)
VIRTUAL ONLINE DISCUSSIONS:  One weeknight per week (1.5 hours)

 

Course Description:

In this age of corporatism and cultural decay, the practice of Christian ethics is rare.  Even in Christian organizations and local churches,  few decision-makers ponder deeply before taking action in order to honor God and benefit the world for whom Christ died.  All decision-making calls for exercise of the wisdom of moral principles.  Indeed, everyone needs a sense  of what it means to think ethically.  This course uncovers underlying assumptions, embedded theology, and theories of ethics that tacitly appear on-the-job and explicitly emerge at decision-making tables.  

Key Questions To Be Explored:

  • What does it mean to act ethically?  Who gets to decide what is ethical?

  • How might Christian ethics be applied in society, home, and church?

  • How does the gospel inform decision-making?  

  • What kind of moral foundation do people need in order to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God?

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