The course introduces the students to the main themes of Christian Morality. It searches more deeply, in the light of Christian faith, for the meaning in God’s design for humankind and creation of the plurality or moral issues and concerns with which we (humankind/Christians) are surrounded most especially in the contemporary time.
Christian morality asks what life is and seeks, in the light of Christian faith, to interpret the basic goal or direction of humankind. It studies the relationship between revelation and faith, grace and sin and faith and salvation. Christian morality studies the various paradigm-shifts in the context of the history of salvation and in their relationship to the mystery of Jesus Christ and the Christian Church.
- Teacher: BENITO BUYACCO
- Enrolled students: 50