Ethics-Being Good, Doing Bad with Don Smith

Shalom Center for Continuing Education 

Shalom Center for Continuing Education is a not-for-profit, tax exempt
education center providing opportunities for holistic education on behalf of 
Shalom (wholeness, health, and peace)
Ethics-Being Good,
Doing Bad
with instructor 
Don Smith 

Shalom Center Short Course

Fridays, October 19-November 30
10:00 - 11:30 am
Room 1, Pleasant Hill Community Church
67 Church Drive 

This 6-week Shalom Center course will explore philosophical question in the areas of ethics and morality. The course will cover questions such as: What should I do? What should we do? What sort of person should I be? What makes and action right or wrong? Participants will need a copy of Being Good: A Short Introduction to Ethics by Simon Blackburn, $8 from Amazon.  

Don Smith holds a BA in history and a M.Div. in theology and philosophy. He has a continuing interest in philosophical issues as they relate to theology, politics, and everyday belief systems.

Registration forms are available here and in the Heritage mailbox entryway, outside the PHCC office, or by calling Don Dowdey at 277-3033.
 Shalom Center for Continuing Education