Description   This course is a theologically and scientifically
informed reflection on major issues in Christian
sexual ethics, with an emphasis on the Catholic
tradition. Topics include: sex and sexuality,
Biblical norms for sex, marriage and divorce,
celibacy, homosexuality, pre-marital sex,
pornography, contraception, et al. Format is
reading/discussion and lecture. Student
evaluation will be based on reflection papers on
the reading and a final paper on a related topic
of the student's choice. [Previous study of
fundamental moral theology or a graduate
introductory course in ethics; Faculty Consent
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for 18/SP   
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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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