Section Information for Spring 2024
In this course, students primarily explore the history, practices, beliefs, and contemporary
developments of the three major monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Students
will examine these three religious traditions thematically and comparatively, in order to understand
the similarities, differences, and relationships among them. The exploration of these three religions
and their traditions is conducted against the backdrop of the academic study of religion and the
religions of Antiquity. Finally, students examine Indigenous traditions and new religious movements,
before exploring current issues such as religion and politics, fundamentalism, religious diversity, the
environment, and gender and sexuality in Western religious traditions.
RELI 211 DL1 is an online asynchronous section.
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