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2002FA Undergraduate Day- Religion

Day Division- Semester

!* REL-105-S01 Christian Faith & Thought 4 9:20-10:25AM MWF MART 314 A. Kolp
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* REL-110I-SO1 Judaism 3 1:00PM-3:30PM T MART 314 Oppenheimer
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-111-S16 MLK: His Theol & Soc Action 3 6:15 -9:15PM M MART 314 J. Trimble
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Research
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. IS A KEY FIGURE IN MODERN AMERICAN HISTORY. THIS COURSE WILL EXPLORE HIS LIFE AND THEOLOGY. IT WILL EXAMINE HOW HIS DEEP COMMITMENT TO NONVIOLENCE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE WAS ROOTED IN HIS THEOLOGICAL CONVICTIONS ABOUT GOD, JESUS, AND THE ULTIMATE TRIUMPH OF JUSTICE.

!* REL-111I-S01 Religions of India 3 1:20PM-2:10PM MWF MART 314 Staff
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
THIS COURSE IS A HISTORICAL SURVEY OF THE RELIGIONS OF INDIA, INCLUDING HINDUISM, BUDDHISM, JAINISM, ISLAM, AND SIKHISM AMONG OTHER TRADITIONS. ISSUES INCLUDE THE USE AND MEANING OF THE TERM "HINDUISM," THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NATIVE AND IMPORTED RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS, THE CONCEPT OF SYNCRETISM, AND THE EFFECTS OF COLONIALISM ON INDIAN RELIGION.

!* REL-202I-S01 Intro Hebrew Bib/Old Test 4 8:00-9:40AM TTH MART 314 R. Thewlis
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Research

! REL-203IH-S01 Jesus & the Gospels 4 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing
THIS COURSE IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS OF SOPHOMORE STATUS WHO ATTAINED A G.P.A. OF 3.5 OR HIGHER AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION AND PRESENT A LETTER NOTING SAME FROM THE HONORS CHAIR. THIS COURSE IS ALSO OPEN TO STUDENTS FORMALLY ACCEPTED INTO THE HONORS PROGRAM WHO ARE AT LEAST OF SOPHOMORE STATUS.

!* REL-204I-S01 Christianity in New Testament 4 1:00-2:40PM TTH MART 316 J. Gordon
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-205I-S01 History of the Bible 4 10:40AM-11:45AM MWF MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing

!* REL-228-S01 Religion and Literatr 3 1:00PM-2:15PM TTH KAMM TBA A. Kolp
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-240I-S01 Power of Myth 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MART 314 M. McClure
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

Cancelled !* REL-263-S02 Religion in Cyberspace 3 1:20PM-2:35PM MW MART 316 R. Fowler
Core Academic Skill: Writing
PREQ: REL-103 OR REL-105 OR REL-221 "RELIGION IN CYBERSPACE" WILL BE A SEMINAR EXAMINING BOTH OLD AND NEW FORMS OF RELIGIOUS EXPRESSION AS THEY ARE BEGINNING TO EMERGE IN THE ELECTRONIC AGE, ESPECIALLY IN RELIGIOUS PRACTICES THAT ARE TAKING PLACE ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB.

!* REL-263I-S01 Death and Dying 4 9:55AM-11:35AM TTH MART 316 Staff
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
THIS COURSE EXAMINES BELIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD REGARDING DEATH AND THE AFTERLIFE. BESIDES INTRODUCING THE STUDENTS TO DOCTRINAL POSITIONS OF THE WORLD’S RELIGIONS ON THIS SUBJECT, THE COURSE ALSO LOOKS AT THE MEANING BEHIND FUNERARY RITUALS. FINALLY, STUDENTS EXPLORE RELATED TOPICS IN THE MODERN WEST, SUCH AS ATTITUDES TOWARDS EUTHANASIA AND SUICIDE.

!* REL-287I-S01 Early Islam 3 9:20AM-10:10AM MWF MART 104 I. Gesink
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF ISLAM AND THE BELIEFS AND PRACTICES OF THE EARLY ISLAMIC COMMUNITY. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO ISLAM’S TRANSFORMATION OF ARABIAN CIVILIZATION, CONTEXTUAL STUDY OF THE QUR’AN, AND THE EVOLUTION OF DOCTRINES THAT HAVE CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE. THIS COURSE MAY BE TAKEN FOR EITHER RELIGION OR HISTORY CREDIT BUT NOT BOTH. (SEE HIS-287I-S01)

Day Division- Minimester A

!* REL-103-A01 Intro to Religion 2 2:40PM-3:45PM MWF MART 314 Staff
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

!* REL-120-A01 Catholic Faith Today 2 1:00PM-4:20PM TH MART 314 E. Kordas
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

Day Division- Minimester B

!* REL-104I-B01 Buddhism 2 2:40PM-3:45PM MWF MART 314 Staff
Prerequisites: Take REL-103;
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
THIS COURSE WILL INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO THE MAJOR DOCTRINES, MYTHS, AND RITUALS OF BUDDHISM, WHILE STRESSING THE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THERAVADA, MAHAYANA, AND VAJRAYANA BUDDHISM. STUDENTS WILL ALSO BE ASKED TO APPLY AND CRITIQUE THEORIES OF RELIGION BASED ON THE CASE OF BUDDHISM.

!* REL-111-B01 Mod Cath Social Thought 2 1:00PM-4:20PM TH MART 314 E. Kordas
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

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