13 Dec Pastoral Ethics

Pastoral Ethics

13 United Methodist Theological Schools, Candler School of Theology
Completion Time: May 21 - August 8, 2018
Tuition: $0
Instructor(s): Anne Burkholder
Contact Info: Shelly Hart

Class Description

Prepares students for the ethical challenges they will face as pastors and leaders in congregations, communities, and denominations. The course is designed to address leadership development and the complex reality of the minister as one who is looked to for public moral leadership and private moral guidance; and then as one who regularly faces a wide array of moral dilemmas of one’s own.

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