Christian Ethics Course Description

By the end of this course the student should be able to:
(i)     Explain the relationship between Christian ethics and other theological, biblical, social and philosophical sciences, define Christian ethics, and explain its importance, role and scope;
(ii)    Give a clear picture of the ethical crisis in the region and the reasons behind that;
(iii)   Know how to use both the Old Testament and the New Testament to deduce Christian principles, and present a summary of the biblical basis and principles of Christian ethics, and its application to life and to some contemporary ethical issues;
(iv)   State how the Lord Jesus and Paul used the Old Testament and (in Paul’s case) Jesus’ teaching to deal with ethical issues;
(v)    Write an article or research paper and summarize an article or lesson on particular ethical subjects;
(vi)   Learn how to formulate personal Christian ethical decisions using a suggested methodology;
(vii)  Practically apply the method of formulating Christian ethical decisions to the issues of artificial insemination, immigration, and bigotry.

Sample the First Week of This Course

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