REL 115 (AR) Introduction to the Study of Religion (1)
The course seeks to illuminate three central components shaping the human condition: (1) the human paradox of the perceptive and the imperceptible enabling a distinction between matter and spirit; (2) the necessary role of models for establishing a communal reality; and (3) the necessary dependence of the human upon tradition. These components will then serve for investigating at least one unfamiliar religious community to provide a sympathetic understanding of the variety of religious phenomena.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Analyzing Arguments, Reasons, and Values
- Offering: Fall
- Instructor: McGaughey