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This topic will introduce students to skills and knowledge for the study and application of Christian Ethics by engaging a number of key ethical issues in conversation with scripture, theological tradition, cultural understandings and wider resources of philosophical ethics.
This topic aims to:
provide an introduction to Christian ethics, drawing from the scriptures, theological tradition, cultural understandings and wider resources of philosophical ethics
develop the skills and ability to examine and discuss ethical issues in dialogue with these sources
consider the implications for living ethically in contemporary contexts
develop the skills necessary to engage in logical, coherent, and constructive ethical discourse.
Expected learning outcomes
After completing this topic students will be able to:
examine and discuss the contributions to ethical thinking and practice that scripture, theological tradition, cultural understanding and philosophical ethics offer
analyse a major ethical issue within contemporary society
identify a logically flawed ethical argument and identify the flaws within the logic
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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