R 201 Introduction to the World’s Religions: Eastern (3)
An introduction to the major religions of the Far East: Confucianism, Taoism, Hinduism and the Buddhism of India, Tibet and Japan (Zen).
R 204 Introduction to the World’s Religions: Western (3)
An introduction to the major religions of the West: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
R 315 Interpreting Religious Phenomena (3)
Approaches to interpretation of the meaning of diverse religious phenomena, both theoretical and practical. Of use to persons who seek to handle religion in the public classroom as well as those who wish to understand religion for its own sake. Prerequisites: R 201, R 204 or equivalent, required as background
R 399 Special Studies (1-15)
Terms and hours to be arranged.
R 460/560 Comparative Religion (3)
A study and comparison of the great religions of the world. R 201 and R 204 or equivalent recommended as background, preferably both.
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