Christian Ethics (In-Person; HT3400)
Dates: May 23 – July 9 (Final Assignments Due July 31)
Registration Deadline: May 16
Christian Ethics is an introduction to matters of right and wrong from a Biblical perspective. This class will integrate Christian theology into a moral critique of the major ethical issues of our day. Through course readings, writing assignments, and interactive classroom meetings, students will become familiar with major patterns of ethical reasoning in history and in modern practice, understand how scripture applies to certain moral issues, and develop their ability to articulate Christian ethical norms in the current cultural context.
The syllabus will becoming later on, but here is the current course schedule:
May 23: Intro Session, 6-9p (filmed for those who cannot make it)
— May 24-June 9: Reading & Writing —
June 10-11: Seminar, 8:30a-9p (Friday) & 8:30a-5p (Saturday)
— June 12-July 7: Reading & Project Work —
July 8-9: Seminar, 8:30a-9p (Friday) & 8:30a-5p (Saturday)
— July 10-July 31: Work on Project —
July 31: All Assignments Due
History of Christianity II (Online; HT3101)
Dates: June 27 – August 18
Registration Deadline: June 20
In this online course, students will study the history of Christianity from the Reformation to Present Day. Students will read, write and discuss in order to learn about the people and events important to the formation and development of early Christianity; understand and appreciate one’s Christian heritage; and place individuals, movements, and ideas within their proper historical context.
Due to the unique nature of this course, we will not be able to accommodate Audit/CORE students.
Note: As always, the below registration form for this online course is a gateway for you to receive the official MBTS registration materials. Following completion of the form below, you will be contacted with an official registration form that you, the student, will need to submit to MBTS.