War, Ethics and Religion ST 8003

War, Ethics and Religion examines the philosophic and religious approaches to “ethical” prosecution of declared or undeclared wars and armed military engagements. It also explores the moral discord that individuals engaged in armed conflict may experience before, during and after the events.

Fulfills: This is a 5 week required course for students pursuing either a Master’s of Divinity in Military Chaplaincy or a Master’s Certificate in Military Chaplaincy. It counts as an Area II Stackable course for all other students (1 credit hour).

David L. Oringderff, Ph.D., Chair, Pastoral Counseling & Chaplaincy

David L. Oringderff, Ph.D., Chair, Pastoral Counseling & Chaplaincy

Instructor: David Oringderff, Ph.D.
Class meetings: Wednesdays, 9:00 PM ET, Jan 18 – Feb 21
Required Reading: will be provided electronically

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