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Christian Ethics in the Brave New World

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Colson Center Announces a New Short Course:

Christian Ethics in the Brave New World

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Scott Klusendorf • Emily Colson • C Ben Mitchell • John Stonestreet (Leader) • Warren Cole Smith (Leader)

Technology and changing moral standards have created ethical chaos. We are asking ethical questions we have never asked before. Even many Christians seem uncertain about questions on which the Bible and the church have spoken with clarity for centuries. How do we deal with the disabled? The elderly? What about in-vitro fertilization? Embryo adoption? What are the proper roles of individuals, the church, and the government in these areas?

The Colson Center will host a four-week, on-line short course to tackle these questions and more. Scott Klusendorf, Ben Mitchell, and Emily Colson will share with us their insights and experiences on these vital issues. The class will begin on June 5 and continue for four consecutive Tuesday nights. It will begin at 8 pm ET and last for an hour-and-a-half. The first hour will be a presentation from our special guest, and the last half-hour will be a question-and-answer session. The classes will be facilitated by The Colson Center’s John Stonestreet and Warren Cole Smith. The cost of the class is $49.

Christian Ethics in the Brave New World

June 5-June 26
Leaders: John Stonestreet and Warren Cole Smith

  • Week 1: Beginning of Life Issues (with guest Scott Klusendorf)
  • Week 2: End of Life Issues (with guest Ben Mitchell)
  • Week 3: Ever Evolving Technology and Human Dignity (with Ben Mitchell)
  • Week 4: Disability and the Vulnerable, (with Emily Colson)

The short course will have both live webinar programs, as well as webinar recordings. The recordings will be hosted online and the links will be provided via follow-up emails 24-48 hours following each live session. The webinar recordings can be viewed over and over and can also can be shared with friends and family. We simply ask that they not be uploaded to mass media outlets such as YouTube, Vimeo, etc…


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