1. Spreading Christianity in Georgia (activity of apostles).
    2. Ethical theology as a science.
    3. St. Nino – enlightener of Georgians.
    4. Natural religion.
    5. Autocephaly of Georgian Church. Canonic principles of autocephaly.
    6. Georgian hagiography (part 1).
    7. Georgian Church in the 6th-10th cc.
    8. Georgian hagiography (part 2).
    9. Canonic principles of church reformation of David Aghamashenebeli.
    10. Chakhrukhadze and Shavteli.
    11. Georgian Church in the 11th -13th cc.
    12. Shota Rustaveli (part 1).
    13. Human emotions, aspirations and demands in the spotlight of ethical theology.
    14. Shota Rustaveli (part 2).
    15. Role of the church in struggle against foreign conquerors.
    16. A person in the spotlight of ethical theology – ethical consciousness of a person.
    17. The church and the state (16th -18th cc.).
    18. Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani.
    19. Shame as the initial revealing of ethical consciousness.
    1. David Guramishvili.
    2. Georgian Church in the 18th c. Activity of the Catholicos Anton I. Changes in church hierarchy.
    3. Conscience as the category of ethical consciousness.
    4. Georgian Church in the period of egzarchs (1811-1917).
    5. Ethical teaching about duty.
    6. Georgian romanticists (Al. Chavchavadze, G. Orbeliani).
    7. Peculiarities of ecclesiastic education in the 19th c.
    8. Stages and peculiarities of formation of Georgian nation.
    9. Nikoloz Baratashvili.
    10. Geostrategic interests and tasks of Georgian nation in the 20th c.
    11. Ilia Chavchavadze.
    12. Notion of responsibility in ethical theology.
    13. Sacred things of Georgian Church.
    14. Restoration of autocephaly of Georgian Church.
    15. Akaki Tsereteli.
    16. Georgian Church in the period of atheism supremacy.
    17. Vazha-Pshavela.
    18. Notion of retribution in ethical theology.
    19. Galaktion Tabidze.
    1. Notion of virtue in ethical theology.
    2. Activity of the Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia Ilia II for unification of the nation, its spiritual revival and moral consolidation.
    3. Notion of sin in ethical theology.
    4. Role of Georgian Church in the development of Georgian culture.

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