Syllabi - Topic: religious ethics - 12 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2017 course by Ken Todd at California State University, Northridge, "addresses religion and religious ethics . . . various modern theories of ethics . . . ethical issues of contemporary concern."
A 2017 course by Guy Grimes at Gateway Seminary "designed to teach students the process of ethical and legal decision making in the practice of Christian counseling."
A 2009 course by Emilie Townes at Yale Divinity School is "an examination of the ways in which metaphors function at the intersections of various forms of oppression."
A 2007 course by Peter McCourt at Virginia Commonwealth University offers a "critical survey of ethical concepts and issues in the thought and practice of major religious traditions."
A 2014 course by Benjamin Wall at Houston Graduate School of Theology on various "ethical systems and theories in light of biblical and traditional Christian perspectives and moral norms, with reflection upon several contemporary social issues."
A 2017 course by Jason Fout at Bexley Hall Seabury Western Seminary Federation "provides an overview of Anglican theology and ethics, in both historical and topical perspective."
A 2001 course by Stacy Patty at Lubbock Christian University "examines various theoretical and practical issues related to the pervasive talk about ethics in contemporary society."
A 2014 course by Richard Taylor at Marquette University aims "at critical understanding" and personal reflection on a number of ethical theories.
A 2014 course by Hendrik Pieterse at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary introduces "students to the principal historical, theological, and philosophical sources of Christian moral theology. . . . [and explores] the churchâs ethical witness in relation to questions such as wealth and poverty, consumerism, church and politics, and moral and religious diversity."
A 2014 course by Charles Cosgrove at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary offers "an advanced course . . . on the interconnected topics of ethics and moral formation in Paul. The course examines a wide range of material in Paulâs letters in the light of both Greco- Roman sources and critical scholarship."
A 2019 course by Jacob J. Erickson at Trinity College Dublin explores "contemporary theological and ethical perspectives on eating and drinking: from food systems to vegetarianism to scarcity and more. How might contemporary ethics shape and be shaped by what we eat or drink, how we eat or drink?"