Comparative Religions

About This Course

Instructor Who Teaches This Course: Dr. Neal Cushman

SONY DSC“Most people in the world are either Muslims, Roman Catholics, Hindus, Buddhists, or animists, so this course emphasizes these faiths. Imagine taking a plate of cookies across the street to a family who just moved in, and you find out that they are from India. Would you know how to approach them?”


Course Details

Code / Name: CHMI/HUCC 330 – Comparative Religions     (3 credits)

HajjDescription: An introductory study of animism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Roman Catholicism. Their basic teachings and practices are analyzed and compared to biblical Christianity and then to each other. A Christian approach to adherents of these religions is proposed.

Prerequisites: HUEN 122 and BIBC 230

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