Online July - September
Comparative Beliefs/World Religions CD-1500-OLS
Professor: Dr. Misty Jesse
Course Purpose: In a global world, religious communities do not live in isolation from other religious communities. As practicing Disciples of Christ we are engaged in forging relationships with a diversity of religious life that permeates our cultural, social, and political environment. This course is designed to facilitate this process by introducing students to the worlds’ major religions as they are practiced globally. Study of these major religions will include the origins and teachings, devotional practices, institutions and cultural expressions. Some of the major religions to be covered will include: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.