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EL602― Ministerial Ethics

    Required for DMin― 4 credits. This is offered for doctorate degree only. No prerequisite within DMin program.

    Oddly enough in today’s world of Christian academia, there has been a pulling back from clear education concerning ministry ethics; yet as we examine our world, we see situational ethics, political and social correctness, and worldly pressures pressing in― not only on the body of Christ― but especially on Christian leaders.

    In recent times, ethical abuse within Christendom has been more the norm than the exception. We need to know what to do when presented with ethical challenges in our leadership positions and more importantly: why. This course explores a number of ethical challenges pastors and ministers will face, and how to respond biblically.

    Textbook: Ministerial Ethics: Moral Formation for Church Leaders,  Joe E. Trull, James E. Carter, 2004, 288 pages, Paperback, Amazon Prime $18.87, used from $8.93 + shipping.

    Ethics and Leadership

    Joe E. Trull

    Joe E. Trull is on the adjunctive faculties of Logsdon Theological Seminary and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary; editor of Christian Ethics Today. In 1998, he retired as professor of Christian Ethics at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he had taught since 1985. From 1965 to 1985 he pastored Baptist churches in TX and VA. Author of five books.
    Ignite University and Seminary is a ministry of  Max Ministries, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Other ministries include <a href="">Igniter Institute and Ministry</a> and <a href="">The Dreamers Institute</a>.

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