THEO 320 - Theological Ethics3 hours How ought one live? The Catholic tradition has a particularly rich and often controversial legacy of reflection on moral matters. This course will introduce the student to the theological sources and methods of that tradition in dialogue with other traditions and currents of thought. Topics include biblical roots of moral reflection and action, discipleship, moral norms, conscience, the virtues, natural law, and the role of ecclesia authority in changing the life of the individual and community.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing or consent of instructor. This course will satisfy the theology core area requirement.