REL - RELIGION

Department of Philosophy (ARS)


REL - 2200 INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION
[3 hours] Critical and thematic study of the concepts, values, practices and world-views intrinsic to the religious life.


REL - 2300 UNDERSTANDING THE MONOTHEISTIC RELIGIONS
[3 hours] A study of the similarities as well as the differences between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.


REL - 2310 OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY AND IDEAS
[3 hours] Examination of Old Testament history and ideas.


REL - 2330 NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY AND IDEAS
[3 hours] Examination of the history and ideas of the New Testament.


REL - 2980 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CATHOLIC THOUGHT
[3 hours] Critical examination of selected topics in contemporary Catholic thought and life, offered by the Visiting Professor of Catholic Thought.


REL - 3510 COMPARATIVE RELIGION: LIVING NON-WESTERN RELIGIONS
[3 hours] Study of the major attitudes toward life, human existence and the world embodied in such major religions of the world as Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, and Taoism.


REL - 3900 SEMINAR-CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS THOUGHT
[3 hours] A critical examination of selected topics in the area of religion.


REL - 5930 SEMINAR IN RELIGION
[3 hours] Advanced academic study of a thinker or topic in religion.

Last Updated: 1/3/12