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REL 1: Introduction to World Religions: West (Intro to World Religions: West)
Examination of the religions of the ancient Mediterranean and the major religions of the West. Religious foundations of Western civilizations. The development of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their confrontations with secularization and political upheaval in the modern wor...
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REL 1: Intro to World Religions: West
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REL 1: Introduction to World Religions: West
Examination of the religions of the ancient Mediterranean and the major religions of the West. Religious foundations of Western civilizations. The development of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and their confrontations with secularization and political upheaval in the modern wor...
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REL 001: Intro to World Religions: West
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Professors: Denysenko, N; Hebbar, B; Hostetter, E; (more)
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REL 2: Introduction to World Religions: East (Intro to World Religions: East)
Examination of the major religions of the East and comparison with religions in the West. Approaches to the cross-cultural study of religion. Hinduism, Buddhism, and the religions of Tibet, China, and Japan are studied with respect to their history and their encounter with modern...
Professors: Hebbar, B
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REL 2: Intro to World Religions: East
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REL 2: Introduction to World Religions: East
Examination of the major religions of the East and comparison with religions in the West. Approaches to the cross-cultural study of religion. Hinduism, Buddhism, and the religions of Tibet, China, and Japan are studied with respect to their history and their encounter with modern...
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REL 002: Intro to World Religions: East
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Professors: Hebbar, B; Hiltebeitel, A; Reddy, P; (more)
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REL 9: Bible: Hebrew Scriptures (The Hebrew Scriptures)
The literature, history, and religious thought represented by the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament). Continuities and contrasts between Israel and the ancient Near East are considered through study of the world view, oral and literary tradition, main religious ideas, and chief fi...
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REL 9: The Hebrew Scriptures
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