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Comparative Theology

theology department

Comparative theology explores the world’s major religious traditions, including Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism, and helps students to compare them with the Christian tradition and the students’ own beliefs. Visit the Comparative Theology web site.

 

Faculty

Catherine Cornille
Ruth Langer
Aloysius Lugira
John Makransky
John McDargh
James Morris
David Mozina

 

Fall 2010 Courses

TH 371 Turning Points in Jewish History (Ruth Langer)

TH 434 Comparative Mysticism (Catherine Cornille)

TH 505 Buddhist Philosophy and Spirituality (John Makransky)