Description   This course addresses the unprecedented moral
challenge facing humankind in the early 21st
century. The challenge is to forge ways of living
that Earth can sustain while also building social
justice between and among societies. The course
engages that challenge through the lens of
Christian ethics. The complex intertwining of
ecological destruction with racism and economic
injustice on local and global scales will be a
central focus. Methodological resources include
liberation ethics, Earth ethics, inter-faith
perspectives, eco-feminist perspectives, and
eco-hermeneutics. The informing undercurrent of
the course is the quest for hope and
moral-spiritual agency in the face of seemingly
insurmountable obstacles. The course functions as
a seminar in which all participants are
responsible for leading class discussion of
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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