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THEO 4100: Biblical Ethics: How Shall We then Live?
Prerequisites: (UFDN 2000 or 3001), and (THEO 3110 or THEO 3210). Many of the most compelling and controversial issues facing North American Christians today challenge our longstanding moral convictions as God's people-about abortion, gender, human sexuality, war and peace, use of wealth, homelessness, race relations, friendship. This course seeks to address these issues in two ways. First, to help students learn what the Christian Bible teaches us about Christian living-what core beliefs and resurrection practices provide the biblical foundation for a manner of life that truly pleases God. Second, to help students learn how to use Scripture as a resource in making moral choices and when participating in moral debate as God's people are called on to engage the wider culture.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
5 Not offered this academic year.
Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Upper-Division Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional

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