The Practice and Theory of Christian Ethics (SACT & SACT+) An opportunity to critically reflect on some of the Christian ethics which Christians practice in their every day lives, this 5-week course will enable you to explore some of the major approaches and theories behind these ethics. Across 5 weekly sessions, this course will examine four important areas of human life: LGBT+ relationships, violence, racism and mental health. The sessions will encourage you to question how Christian ethicists approach these topics and consider what the opportunities and limitations of these approaches are. Cost: £70 This course will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7.30-c.9pm. The course runs from the 26th April - 24th May and will take place online via Zoom. Please email [email protected] if you have any questions. About Caleb Day Originally from Aotearoa, New Zealand, Caleb Day is currently researching evangelical ethics of sex and gender for his PhD at Durham University whilst also teaching theology and foundation studies part-time. His previous education includes a Master's degree in theological ethics from the University of Notre Dame and sociology degrees from New Zealand universities. Equally important for forming his thinking has been his time in Christian churches and intentional communities in New Zealand.