Religious Studies (RELG)

1110 [107]. Introduction to World Religions [Living World Religions]. (3)


1120 [103]. Introduction to the Bible. (3)


1123 [230]. Hebrew Bible [Hebrew Scriptures]. (3)


1126 [232]. New Testament [Christian Scriptures]. (3)


2110 [263]. Eastern Religions. (3)


2120 [264]. Western Religions. (3)


303. Black Liberation and Religion. (3)


310. Introduction to Jewish Thought. (3)


312. Introduction to Islam. (3)


313. Islamic Fundamentalism. (3)


314. Islamic Mysticism. (3)


319. Sex and Gender in Ancient Religion. (3)


320. Magic in Ancient Religion. (3)


321. Apocalypse in the Ancient World. (3)


322. Sexuality and the Bible. (3)


326. History of Christianity to 1517. (3)


327. History of Christianity, 1517 to Present. (3)


335. Goddesses and Gods of India. (3)


343. Catholic Saints in North America. (3)


346. Religion in New Mexico. (3)


347. Topics in Religious Studies. (3, may be repeated six times Δ)


350. Religion and Literature. (3)


351. Catholicism in America. (3)


355. Atheism: Trends and Critiques. (3)


357. Religion and Gender. (3)


361. Modern Christian Thought. (3)


365. Philosophy of Religion. (3)


*434. South Asian Mystical Traditions. (3)


*438. Indian Buddhist Philosophy. (3)


441. Religion in American History. (3)


*447. Seminar in Religious Studies. (1-3, may be repeated three times Δ)


452. Theories of Religion. (3)


453. Asian Studies Thesis. (3)


*463. Seminar in Biblical Studies. (3, may be repeated once Δ)


*475. Dante in Translation. (3)


497. Independent Studies. (1-3, may be repeated twice Δ)


507. Teaching World Religions. (3)


547. Advanced Seminar in Religious Studies. (3, may be repeated six times Δ)


551. M.A. Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)


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