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× Lab exercises in English
⑤ In case of more than 5 exchange students the lectures will be held in English if agreement with Slovenian students is achieved
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Moral theology is systematic reflexion on human act from the perspective of reason illuminated by Christian faith. The methodology of Christian ethics will be presented with its four principal sources: Bible, Tradition, Experience and Reason. Some basic concepts will be discussed: conscience, natural law, moral norms, virtues, values. The model for a dialogical approach of theologians within a modern pluralistic society will be developed.
The course confronts students with introductory questions (authorship, date and style of composition). Subsequently, the course presents the close reading of the most significant narrative passages (Acts 1-5) and the speeches of Peter, Stephen and Paul developed throughout the narrative of Acts.
The aim of the course is to acquaint students with the biblical and theological basis of the spirituality of everyday life, in the different border situations of human life, eg illness, accident, death, personal injury and blame, as a way of human and spiritual maturation, the role of joy, humor and laughter in the spirituality of everyday life. Connection of vocation, occupation, employment, service and careers with spiritual life. The importance of ethical codes of various professions for spiritual dynamics; the test stone of genuine spirituality is human social engagement (cultural, social and political).