RELI 010 - (HP) What Is Religion?Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring, Summer
This course is designed to introduce students to the academic study of religion. Students will be introduced to some of the methodological tools scholars use to think critically and constructively about religious traditions. It also provides an opportunity to learn about the historical, scriptural, ritual and theological claims of at least two distinct religious traditions. In this way students gain concrete information about the way religious beliefs and practices shape the world. Students are introduced to how scholars study religious traditions in a pluralistic context and are afforded opportunities to practice their own skills at orally communicating academic approaches to the study of religion in a pluralistic world.
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