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Comparative Religious Ethics

( cr.) - Session(s): | Course

The course focuses on methodological issues associated with comparison in the academic study of religion and theological approaches.  The role of comparison in interfaith dialogue will be emphasized throughout the course.  Examples from a variety of religious traditions about relevant social issues will be used to reiterate methodological concerns and to expand student knowledge of the variety of approaches to moral and ethical decision making in different religious traditions.

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(919) 760-8593