PHIL3305 Christian Ethics (08/31/2017-11/30/2017)

PHIL2304 Introduction to Philosophy 3 G  
THEO1311 Introduction to Theological Method 3 H  
THEO1312 Theology: God, Christ & Holy Spirit 3 H  
THEO1313 Theology: Man, Sin & Salvation 3 H  
Course Memo
The course surveys the main models of Christian ethics, considers its foremost alternatives, and reflects upon case studies. Students will develop an informed biblical ethical system, applying biblical precepts, principles, and examples to a variety of ethical dilemmas. This class was formerly TH 315 and PHIL 2305. Prerequisites: PHIL 2304, THEO 1311, and THEO 1312. Suggested Prerequisites: PHIL 2304 and THEO 1313.
Course Section Description
Required Prerequisites: PHIL 2304, THEO 1311, THEO 1312
Title Author ISBN Year Edition Price
Christian Ethics Norman Geisler 0801038790     26.99
Family Driven Faith Voddie Baucham Jr 9781581349290     21.00
How Christianity Changed the World Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt 0310264499     18.99
How Should We Live?: An Introduction to Ethics Louis P. Pojman 9780534556570     79.99
Survival In Auschwitz Primo Levi 9781463525569     39.99
The Meaning of Sex: Christian Ethics and the Moral tba tba 9780801035715     31.00
What We Can't Not Know J. Budziszewski 9781586174811 2011   19.99

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