CHRISTIAN ETHICS (BT755)
THE FINGER OF GOD
This course is a study of the general nature of Christian morals and of specific moral choices. Emphasis is placed upon Christian principles of right or good conduct and the rules or standards governing conduct. Topics include the holiness of God, life-style virtues, inner virtues and the virtues of Christ.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
► Understand and appreciate the holiness of God.
► Probe critical and valuable theological issues as they are related to God's holiness.
► Examine concepts of God's holiness and how it relates to the conduct and behavior of believer's in Christ.
► Increase their understanding of virtue and Christian morals.
This course is worth four quarter units of credit in the degree programs of Embassy College.
Dr. Mark Rutland is a pastor, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author and columnist for Ministry Today magazine. He is president of both the National Institute of Christian Leadership and Global Servants. Dr. Rutland also serves on the preaching team at Jentezen Franklin's Free Chapel Church. He is a frequent guest on The 700 Club, TBN, James Robison's LIFE Today, Daystar, and 100 Huntley Street. His radio program is the number one Christian teaching broadcast in Atlanta. Mark lives with his wife, Alison, in Atlanta, Georgia.
A native of Texas, Dr. Rutland was educated at the University of Maryland and Candler College of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a Ph.D. from California Graduate School of Theology.