Religion/Ethics Department

R1-Hebrew Scripture - 711

This course concentrates on studying the Hebrew Scriptures from a Roman Catholic perspective. They are examined from the standpoints of their authorship,organization, role in our religious life today, and as a source of prayer.

Teachers:

Br. Joel McGraw

Br. Joel McGraw

Mr. Matthew C. Erickson

Mr. Matthew C. Erickson


E1-Hebrew Scripture - 712

This course concentrates on studying the Hebrew Scriptures from the perspective of the Hebrew and Christian traditions. They are examined from the standpoint of their authorship, organization, role in religious life today, and as a source of prayer.

Teachers:

Mr. Aaron C. Falkenstein

Mr. Aaron C. Falkenstein


R2-Christian Script - 721

Based on Christian Scriptures, course centers on Galilean & Jerusalem ministry of Jesus & epistles of St. Paul, with emphasis on Christology, moral teachings of Jesus, the sacraments, & prayer. Methods of modern historical biblical criticism will be used

Teachers:

Mr. Mark Bray

Mr. Mark Bray


E2-Histry Christ Wrt - 723

Based on Christian Scriptures, this course focuses on Galilean and Jerusalem ministry of Jesus and on the epistles of St. Paul. Special emphasis is placed on Christology, the moral teaching of Jesus, the mission of the Church, and personal growth in faith

Teachers:

Mr. W. Bradley Luckett

Mr. W. Bradley Luckett


R3-Church History - 731

This course begins with a semester study of the history of the Church, from its founding in Jerusalem to its existence today. The second semester is devoted to a study of the history of the other major world religions.

Teachers:

Ms. Gerry Taulman

Ms. Gerry Taulman

Dr. T. Durant Fleming

Dr. T. Durant Fleming


E3 - Comparative Religions - 732

This course begins with a semester study of Christianity from a historical perspective, from its founding in Jerusalem through a look at its branches today. The 2nd semester is devited to a study of history and beliefs of other major world religions.

Teachers:

Mr. John Anthony Ward

Mr. John Anthony Ward

Dr. T. Durant Fleming

Dr. T. Durant Fleming


R4-Contemp Issues - 741

This course includes an analysis of contemporary lifestyles, emphasizing the preparation of students for responsible adult choices. The second semester deals with issues of social justice and personal responsibility with regard to these issues.

Teachers:

Mr. John Michael Simpson

Mr. John Michael Simpson


E4-Soc Justice/Life - 742

This course concentrates on contemporary ethical issues as presented in philosophy and literature. Also included is an examination of personal responsibility with regard to issues of social justice

Teachers:

Br. Joel McGraw

Br. Joel McGraw

Mr. Angelo J. Lucchesi

Mr. Angelo J. Lucchesi