Christian Ethics: Teaching and Formation
What is Christian Ethics? How should it be taught? Why and how might better connections be forged with biblical exegesis, systematic theology, liturgical studies, ecumenism and other disciplines in the academy? What personal formation occurs in the good teaching and learning of Christian Ethics in universities as well as seminaries? How do our geographical locations, disciplinary alignments, ecclesial traditions and research interests shape our answers to these questions?
Rt Hon & Rt Rev Dame Sarah Mullally
Prof Ian McFarland
Prof Darlene Forard Weaver
Prof John de Gruchy
Prof Morwenna Ludlow
Prof Jennifer Beste
Dr Anna Abram
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