hum130 | undergraduate
Religions Of The World
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New Religious Movements & Religion in the Twenty-First Century
- Compare and contrast new religious movements with well established religions.
- Estimate the impact of religious pluralism and the interfaith movement on the future of organized religion.
- Communicate with people of different religions about their beliefs and practices.
- Explain the origins of Hinduism.
- Describe the Hindu philosophical systems and forms of worship.
The Religious Response
- Define common terms related to the study of religion.
- Recognize ways in which organized religion influences people's lives.
Indigenous Sacred Ways
- Describe the importance of relationships to indigenous religions.
- Identify examples of roles and observances held sacred by indigenous peoples.
- Compare and contrast the theological foundations and spiritual practices of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
- Explain the origins of Buddhism.
- Describe Buddhism's theological foundations and spiritual practices.
Daoism, Confucianism, and Judaism
- Compare and contrast the theological foundations and spiritual practices of Daoism, Confucianism, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
- Explain the origins of Judaism.
- Describe Judaism's theological foundations and spiritual practices.
Christianity and Islam
- Explain the origins of Christianity.
- Explain the origins of Islam.
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