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The correct knowledge and use of the terminology of the Orthodox Moral;The knowledge, definition and understanding of the major themes of the discipline Moral Theology;
Knowledge of the concept and sources of Moral Theology;Knowledge of the methods and utility of Moral Theology;
Comparative knowledge of confessional morals with Orthodox morals;The knowledge and practical application of moral teachings;
Knowledge and understanding of the concepts of "moral values" and "moral law";It applies theories and methods to practical moral realities.
Course Entry Requirements:
The notion, sources, methods and utility of Moral Theology;
Moral values and their relationship with the Supreme Good;
The divine Law;
Human laws for good moral;
Obligation, interpretation and change of law.
Lecture, exemplification, conversation, debate.
The student will know, distinguish and apply the main notions of Moral Theology;
The student will correctly use concepts of Moral Theology in public debates with medium and advanced level of understanding
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Know the character of the Christian Moral. Maybe list confessional morals. It can make the difference between the old moral law and the moral law of the New Testament.Written paper-interpretative essay – 10%. Frontal evaluation/ Oral exam: 90%.
Une vision orthodoxe de la théologie morale. Dieu dans la vie des hommes, Les Éditions du Cerf
The Freedom of Morality, SVS Press
, New York
Christian Ethics: A Historical Introduction, Westminster John Knox Press