of the increasing powers of health-care to intervene in people's
lives and destinies. In addition to an explanation of Bioethics, this
book covers issues such as Quality of Life, Assisted Reproduction,
Euthanasia, Abortion, and Medical Ethics. The student is
expected to give their thoughts on each entry and explain the thought
of the author on each.
is an examination of the historical sweep of Christian ethics through
the years. Written by an educator at Baptist Theological College of
Scotland, he shows how Christian ethics has reached universal
interest in today's world. A critique on this book is required.
is a comprehensive and critical portrait of Christianity from its
beginnings to the present, warts and all. Essay and opinion required.
Man: Divine Presence
is a study of the mode of existence between Creator and Creation. It
includes the teachings of St Gregory of Nyssa in the fourth century,
and new insights into Augustinian thinking. Essay and opinion
is a study in Christian apologetics. Essay and opinion required.
in the Sanctuary
textbook examines the practices of organized religion today. Some of
the topics included are: Applied Professional Ethics, Confessions
and Confidentiality, Informed Consent in Faith Healing, Pastoral
Counseling, and Ethical Analysis. The essay submitted must
address each chapter and contain the student's thoughts at the end of
book on health-care ethics covers a variety of issues including how
much information you are entitled to from your doctor, what medical
decisions are you qualified to make, and how can a terminally ill
patient ensure their life will not be painfully prolonged. Essay
and opinion is required.
Mysteries Beyond the Grave
book contains the Orthodox teachings on the existence of God, the
immortality of the soul, and life beyond the grave. Essay and opinion
Through the Ages
book was edited by St Elmo Nauman Jr, and also contains his
introduction. It is an anthology of case histories of obsessions and
their expulsions, and cases of demons that have taken possession of
the human soul. Included are sections on Greek Orthodox and Roman
Catholic rituals of exorcism. Essay and opinion required.
response of the Orthodox Churches on Peace, Freedom, and Security,
and their role in the sociopolitical and ethical life of the former
Soviet Union and Romania. An essay on the contents of this book is
required along with a personal opinion from the student.
alternative study in the afterlife. Essay and opinion required.
examination and introduction into the study of Philosophy. An essay
on this subject proving comprehension of the subject is required.
book consists of essays that are scholarly meditations intended to
teach with a focus on metaphysics. Essay and opinion required.
Gift of Life – Orthodox Bioethics
examination of Orthodox Christian ethics affecting various medical
and social concerns requiring the student to give a clear
understanding of this subject, and offer their personal views.
after Death, The
Christian survey on what happens to the soul after the death of the
body. Essay required
and the Occult
is an alternative study into Shamanism,
Magic, Alchemy, and Birth of
an Artistic Movement. It also
explains the Theosophy
of Kandinsky. Essay and opinion required.
Discourses of St Symeon the New Theologian
study covers the writings of St Symeon on various subjects, e.g., Of
Charity, On Penitence, On Works of Mercy, Of Christ's Resurrection,
Blasphemy Against the Holy Ghost, and Symeon's Apologia.
Essay and opinion required.
Price of Prophecy
book discusses Orthodox Churches on the subjects of Peace,
Freedom, and Security. Written by Father Alexander
Webster, it provides the student with a very impressive and
provocative investigation, and offers an analysis of very sensitive
issues. Essay and opinion required.
Russian Religious Mind: Kievan-10th-13th
book describes the subjective side of religion as opposed to the
complex of organized dogmas, sacraments, rites, liturgy, and Canon
Law. It also discusses man and his attitude towards God, the world,
and his fellow men. Essay and opinion required.
is a study of the foundations of Eastern Orthodox Ethics revealing an
ethical tradition, which is Scriptural and Patristic. Essay and
of Faith and Life: Orthodox Christian Ethics
is a collection of sixteen essays on themes that seek to explain
various aspects of Orthodox Christian ethics, e.g., personal, social,
and ecclesial that are beneficial to all of every faith persuasion. This
course can also be used to satisfy a
Patristics. Essay and opinion required.
course and its textbook cover witchcraft and demonology and all those
associated with both in and out of America, and through history.
Essay and opinion required.