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All major world religions possess beliefs about six key areas. We call these beliefs 'Distinctive Beliefs'. In this course, students will explore ethical issues as they arise in each distinctive belief. This way we can explore what each religion offers to the debate on the ethical issues and allows us to cover a wide range of topics for discussion.
Distinctive Belief: The Relationship between the Ultimate Reality and Humans
Above are a series of new documents on the Catholic Church's position on issues concerning the 2016 election.
Should religion be kept out of politics?
Distinctive Belief: The Meaning of Life and Death
Distinctive Belief: The Nature and Purpose of Human Life
Should I sell my kidneys?
Distinctive Beliefs: The Relationship between Humans
Distinctive Belief: The Relationship between Humans and the Natural Environment
Distinctive Belief: Ultimate Reality