An introduction to the scriptures, history and beliefs of Judaism, Catholicism and Protestantism, with the purpose of helping students understand their own traditions and also those of other people.

Introduction to the literature and thought of the new testament, focusing on synoptic accounts of Jesus, letters of Paul and gospel of John.

History and beliefs of major religions in the world today, with special attention to Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity.

History and beliefs of major religions in the world today, with special attention to Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity. 

History and beliefs of major religions in the world today, with special attention to Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity. 

Upper-level interdisciplinary classes that provide an opportunity for students to make connections between the methods and subject fields of different academic disciplines utilizing the personal and intellectual insights they have acquired during the first half of their university experience. Each course utilizes the characteristic modes of inquiry of more than one traditional academic discipline in addressing current issues and concerns. These courses do not satisfy general education requirements in any discipline specific area.

Ethical principles of the Judeo-Christian tradition and their import for the family, economic order, state and world community.

Ethical principles of the Judeo-Christian tradition and their import for the family, economic order, state and world community.

Survey of Christian thought from the close of the new testament period to modern times. Emphasis on major movements and figures, with some attention to current intellectual, social, and historical developments. Students may do research on a major figure in Christian thought