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Course Overview

Exploration of issues of religion that are unique to the American experience, including: historical and contemporary religious pluralism; uniquely American sects such as the Shaker, Amish, and Mormon traditions; and the rise of secular humanism, atheism, and ”spiritual but not religious” in American society. This course will also give attention to the ethical evaluation of the contributions and complications of religious and spiritual groups.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate