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Sunday Forums in May 2020 (live via Facebook or YouTube):
Whose Choice Is It? Reflections on the Teaching and Learning of Medical Ethics
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, The Reverend Curtis Hart, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Religion and Health, draws on his years of experience as Director of Pastoral Care at New York Presbyterian hospital and as a lecturer at Weill Cornell Medical College to explore the key ethical dilemmas that doctors and other medical care providers face.
Leading with Empathy: Living Together Well During Shelter-in-Place
Julie Ross, Executive Director of Parenting Horizons, discusses how parents, children, and others who share the same space can navigate the constraints of the COVID-19 age effectively.
Christian Ethics for a Digital Society
We spend more time on our smartphones, computers, and tablets than ever before, but we don’t always consider our use of technology from an ethical perspective. Kate Ott, Associate Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Drew University, outlines the moral and social issues that often arise in our interconnected world.
Pentecost 2020: Spreading the Good News Online
As we celebrate the birthday of the Church and remember how the very first members of the early Church spread the good news, the Reverend Canon Stephanie Spellers, Canon to the Presiding Bishop for Evangelism, Reconciliation and Stewardship of Creation, offers her thoughts on how digital technology can help us spread the good news now.
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