Paul Flaman

Professor of Christian Theology, St Joseph's College


Professor of Christian Theology, St Joseph's College
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CHRTC 292 - Spirituality for Today's Christians

Developing an understanding of the role of prayer, leisure, and work within a Christian lifestyle in the light of Scripture, Christian tradition, current theological reflection, and personal differences.

CHRTC 351 - Sex, Love and Marriage: Christian Perspectives

Questions of meaning and morality concerning sex, love, marriage, non-marital sex, parenthood, relationship and marriage breakup, celibacy, gender, and homosexuality, considered in the light of experience, the Bible, Catholic teaching, traditional and contemporary theological discussion.

CHRTC 352 - Bioethical Issues: Christian Perspectives

Reproductive and genetic technologies, abortion, transplantation, resource allocation, research, withdrawing treatment, personal directives, euthanasia, considered in light of human experience. Catholic Church teaching, other Christian perspectives and contemporary ethical discussion.

CHRTC 390 - Neuroscience, the Person and Christian Theology

Interdisciplinary study of personhood and related topics: animal/human consciousness; body/soul, mind/brain, sexuality/gender, and relationship issues; religious and mystical experiences.

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