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Religion Courses

RE 200
Introduction to World Religions
Invites students to reflect upon the role that religion plays in human life through an introduction to diverse religious convictions and inspirational traditions. Compares various religious perspectives to discern common and distinctive characteristics. Group: I.  Ideas 2 SIGNATURE course. Prerequisite:  Junior or Senior status.

RE 221
God, Gold, and Gurus: Religion in Contemporary America
Using Tillich’s notion of faith as “ultimate concern,” RE 221 examines a variety of religious convictions in contemporary America, discussing such phenomena as fundamentalism, civil religion, secular humanism, alternative forms of religious experience, and the therapeutic ideal. Offered Selectively. Group: I.