Fall 2021 Courses
- RELI 1000: Topics in Religion and Spirit
- RELI 1010: Introduction to World Religions
- RELI 2500: Spirituality and Wellness
- RELI 3400: Religion and Film
- RELI 4170: History of Christianity
- RELI 4500: Ancient Israel
Learn about the beliefs, rituals, and forms of community life in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — the three major Abrahamic religions and the most significant religions in America today.
|Instructor: Dr. Paul Williams||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
This course will introduce students to ways of understanding religion as a phenomenon in human culture and history, while surveying a wide variety of the religions of the world.
|Various Instructors||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
In this course, students will explore topics such as: the nature of spirituality; mindfulness, meditation and wellness; spirituality and public health; spiritual wellness on campuses; and ecospirituality.
|Instructor: Dr. Michele Desmarais||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
Examine the ways in which religion and film connect including representations of religious groups, how films replicate or alter religious concepts, and how film as part of popular culture functions analogously to religions in society.
|Instructor: Dr. John Lyden||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
Learn about the development of Christian theological, ritual, and social practice from its origins in the first century through the sixteenth century Reformation.
|Instructor: Dr. Gary Eller||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|
Explore one of the most debated topics in biblical studies: Who were the Israelites and where did they come from? This course examines biblical texts, historical documents, archaeological discoveries, and sociological studies.
|Instructor: Dr. Rami Arav||Totally Online||Link to Class Search|