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THEO-044 Religion and Ecology
Professor Haught
This course asks whether religions, and particularly Christianity, care for the welfare of the non-human natural world. In addition, it explores ways in which religions may contribute to the resolution of the ecological crisis. (Not offered 2004-05)
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

Sections:

THEO-044-70 World Religions Today
Spring for 2014-2015
This course will explore the contemporary situation of the world’s major religious traditions, with attention to the interrelationship of religion with political, social, and economic issues. The course will briefly survey the origins and earlier histories of these religions with reference to understanding the modern and post-modern experience. The course will also examine the experience and perspectives of women in religion and the role of religion in the struggle against apartheid in South Africa.

This course is for SFS-Qatar students only.
Credits: 3.00
Prerequisites: THEO-001-70
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