Episcopalians and Their Ethics: A six-part series in Lent 2022

Episcopalians, like all Christians, desire to lead lives worthy of their calling in the Lord Jesus Christ. How do we lead such lives?

‘Episcopalians and Their Ethics’ is an overview of Christian Ethics from an Episcopal/Anglican perspective. It aims to develop a well-informed understanding of Christian deliberation on behaviour and the ways in which Anglicanism informs and shapes the morality of individuals and communities, with case studies relating to contemporary ethical issues.

The Series is offered on the six Mondays of Lent in 30-minute webinars, each of which will be recorded and available thereafter on YouTube. The Series serves as a resource for Episcopalians to use creatively during the Season of Lent, for example as a refresher course for individuals or a discussion starter for a church group.

Presenter: Revd Dr Michael Hull, SEI’s Director of Studies.

Time: 7pm to 7.30pm (Edinburgh time) on Monday evenings in Lent 2022 via Zoom.

Monday 7 March:       What is Christian ethics?

Monday 14 March:     Why should I choose good over evil?

Monday 21 March:     How do I tell good from evil?

Monday 28 March:     What is conscience?

Monday 4 April:          Why follow conscience?

Monday 11 April:        Where do I go with Christian ethics?

Registration is free. All are welcome. Register here.

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