RELI 100: The Human Religious Experience
RELI 100-002: Human Relig Experience
01:30 PM to 02:45 PM MW
Krug Hall 7
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Examines main forms of religious expression as embodied in several important religious traditions in contemporary world. Investigates religious experience; myth and ritual; teachings and scripture; ethical, social, and artistic aspects of religion; and nature and function of religion in human society. Limited to three attempts.
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