Academic Programs 

Follow the Money: The Ethics of Money   (ET-635)
Fall 2006

Money is often a taboo subject in religious groups and organizations. We deal with money every day but most of us are not comfortable with the subject. And yet money, or issues related to it, is a common theme in Biblical texts and closely related to Biblical perspectives on virtues and sins.  Money plays such a key role in the social world that one can hardly think about ethics without at some point thinking about money.  This course is an opportunity to think about money. It will look at money through the lens of philosophers, theologians and ethicists, and also, more concretely, it will look at money from the perspective of contemporary daily life and ministry.


Meeting Day, Time and Dates:
D.Min Schedule: Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on September 19, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on October 10, October 31, November 14 and December 12

Heidi Hadsell
Professor of Social Ethics

Contact Information:

(860) 509-9502


Course Syllabus


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