Laurel Macaulay Jordan, ’79, has degrees from Middlebury College, Yale University Divinity School, and the University of Notre Dame. She has been the Chaplain of the College since 1996.
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RELI0190 - Ethics & Abrahamic Religion
Ethics and Abrahamic Religion ET, WT
Ethics is the study of the values and convictions by which individuals and communities determine what is right, wrong, good, and bad. For many, religion is a lens through which to understand those moral values. In this course we will explore the varied contributions that Christianity, Judaism, and Islam have made to debates over issues like violence, sex, the environment, human rights, and social justice. In the process of understanding these traditions and their impact on global moral discourse, students also will develop skills in ethical reasoning through class discussion and from the perspective of their own worldviews. 3 hrs. lect., 1 hr. disc. PHL