This course examines theological ethics from a Reformed perspective, in conversation with the broader Christian moral tradition. Through lecture, discussion, and the case studies, students will be equipped with theological and ethical tools that they can employ to examine complex moral issues and reflect critically on what it means to live and lead as faithful disciples of Christ.
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Reformed Theology
REL‑251
A study of the central doctrines of Reformed theology, this course will survey the loci of systematic theology, as rooted in the Bible, formulated by key theologians, including John Calvin and Herman Bavinck, and summarized in the ecumenical creeds and Reformed confessions. Students will have an opportunity to study the historical development of these theological doctrines, as well as their contemporary application.
Reformed Theology (REL‑251)

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