Minor in Justice and Social Ethics

The minor in Justice and Social Ethics assists students in constructing a biblical framework through which to understand and evaluate how God’s righeousness applies to ethical topics in contemporary society. Further, it equips students to engage in culturally relevant moral discussions from a Judeo-Christian worldview by speaking biblical truth, reflecting God’s justice, and spreading God’s kingdom.

Total required credits: 18

Average completion time: 1 year

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What kind of classes will I take?

  • ETH 3600 - Introduction to Christian Ethics 
  • ETH 4503 - Systems of Moral Philosophy 
  • ETH 4620 - Christian Ethics and the State 
  • ETH 4630 - Ethics of War and Peace 
  • ETH 4640 - Ethics and Environmental Responsibility
  • ETH 4650 - Ethics of Wealth and Poverty 
  • ETH 4660 - Social Justice and Race Relations 
  • ETH 4670 - Ethics of Life and Death 
  • ETH 4690 - Moral Decision-Making and the Will of God

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Who will teach me?


Dr. Bruce Ashford
Professor of Theology and Culture


Dr. Jamie Dew
Associate Professor of  History of Ideas and Philosophy


Dr. Benjamin Quinn
Assistant Professor of Old Testament and the History of Ideas


Dr. Brent Aucoin
Professor of History