Unit 1: The Christian Ethics
Lecture 1: Introduction & Definition
Lecture 2: Ministerial Christian Ethics
Unit 2: Ministerial Life Of A Pastor
Lecture 3: The Minister And His Personal Life
Lecture 4: The Minister’s Spiritual Life
Lecture 5: The Minister And His Pulpit
Lecture 6: The Minister And His Flock
Unit 3: Ethical Standards For Pastoral Counseling
Lecture 7: Pastoral Counseling
Lecture 8: The Minister As An Administrator
Lecture 9: The Minister And His Denomination
Unit 4: Ministerial Challenges On Public Issues
Lecture 10: The Minister And His Colleagues
Lecture 11: The Minister And The Public
Lecture 12; The Minister And Contemporary Problems
At The End Of This Unit, The Students Should Be Able To:
- Explain The Meaning Of Ethics
- List The Acceptable Behaviours In Pastoral Ethics
- Mention The Different Non-Christian Ethical Theories.
Whose personal behaviour should the Christian minister model? What Is The Origin Of Right’s Source? God Himself is the only true source of moral character. As a result, the Absolute and Eternal Moral Personality Himself Is The Source Of An Acceptable Spiritual And Moral Character.
A moral character that is based on both God’s will and his nature is one that is acceptable. According to I. P. Maxey, “The Highest Good For Man’s Attainment Is Likeness To God,” as the highest good is God himself. Man’s primary goal is to glorify God by cultivating all of the moral excellences that exist in idealised forms in God’s character.
Everything we require to fulfil our role as ministers must be a part of God’s very being. A minister of the gospel cannot depart from what the Bible commands: “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your heavenly father is perfect” (Matthew 5:48; I Timothy 2;15; I Thessalonians 2:4-11; Matthew 5:8; I Peter 2:21).
At the end of this course, the student will be entitled to a certification issued from Anchor University, Lagos.
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- Duration 45 hours
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