Examine how representative thinkers through the ages have defined the nature of good and evil, including evil caused by humans and natural forces.
Students assess the traditional approaches to the study of human nature. This includes an analysis of major figures from the history of philosophy and an analysis of contemporary approaches present in Christian personalism.
Students engage in a critical examination of the fundamental questions of religion from the perspective of reason. Discussions may include arguments for the existence of God; the phenomena of religious experience and mysticism; the problem of evil; faith and revelation; death and immortality.
Students study ethical principles and apply them to ethical issus.
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