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To provide a biblical basis for the moral life. To describe various historical and contemporary Christian interpretations of social and personal moral issues. To use the basic vocabulary of ethical analysis. To use basic tools of social analysis. To explain the Wesleyan emphasis on the various dimensions of holiness, specifically the expectation for personal integrity, moral concern, and social responsibility. To recognize and explain at a basic level: the needs, contexts, and insights of various cultural groups and marginalized communities in society and in the church (these may include, but are not limited to, particularity arising from ethnic, gender, class, and geographic locations). To explain how responses to moral problems and moral integrity shape congregational life.
Asbury Theological Seminary
Kentucky, Ethics, Spring, CS601