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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.

Fall 2014 Courses

THEO1107 Religion in Africa (Aloysius Lugira)

THEO1161 The Religious Quest: Comparative Perspectives I

THEO3505 Buddhist Philosophy and Spirituality (John Makransky)

THEO5449 Jewish Liturgy: History and Theology (Ruth Langer)

THEO5544 Prophetic Tradition and Inspiration: Exploring the Hadith (James Morris)

THEO7443 Comparative Religion: History and Methods (Catherine Cornille)

THEO7880 Psychotherapy and Spirituality (John McDargh)