Essentials of Christian Ethics

Essentials of Christian Ethics

An introduction to Christian ethics.

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About this Class

Christian ethics is that branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong, true and false, and the reasons why certain behavior is right or wrong.


Lecture 1

We begin with an introduction to the field of Ethics, and then discuss the contributions by Plato and Aristotle

Lecture 2

The contributions of Augustine and Aquinas to the field of Ethics

Lecture 3

Examination of Ethical Subjectivism, Ethical Relativism, and Situation Ethics

Lecture 4

Examination of Egoistic and Altruistic Hedonism

Lecture 5

The upward spiral, and principles and rules

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