Lectures 20 hours. Seminars 7 hours.
Continuous Assessment 40%, End of semester examination 60%
To introduce students to the key resources and elements in the process of moral reflection including Scripture, Tradition and the Natural Law.
- — Have a keen sense of the theological and human resources of moral reflection.
- — Be aware of the nature and importance of conscience
- — Have a clear sense of the history of moral theology and the significant changes within the discipline over the centuries.
- — Bretzke, James T. A Morally Complex World, Liturgical Press, 2004.
- — Kim, Andrew. An Introduction to Christian Ethics since Vatican 11, CUP, 2015.
- — Gula, richard. Reason Informed by Faith, Paulist Press, 1989