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REL 356 : World Religions

Theology and Dialogue

  • Summary and Critique of John Hick, Karen Armstrong, Joseph Campbell, Paul Knitter or Paul Heim’s theory/theology of world religions.
  • Summarize and critique the “Common Word Between Us and You” dialogue.  Include the Pope, Rowan Williams and the Yale response.
  • Max Weber or Emile Durkheim’s views on world religion
  • Multi-religious identity: Ann Holmes Redding and beyond
  • Compare/contrast some aspect of two religions in this course

Eg.  fundamentalism in Judaism & Islam;  “no-self” in Buddhism & Hinduism; Buddhist and Christian ideas of compassion, Christianity and Islam: the same God? Mission in Buddhism and Islam.  Meditation in Hinduism and Judaism.

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