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INTDS 242 Overview

What are the two topics you should not discuss at the dinner table? Answer: Religion and Politics. Why do certain groups of Christians deny climate change and consider themselves Christian Zionists? Why do other groups of Christians promote ‘green’ legislation? What does religion look like in a pluralistic society? Was the U.S. founded as a Christian nation? These questions are only a few of those that a careful historical and doctrinal exploration of religion in America can unlock. This course will be a historical overview of the uniquely American experience of Religion. Understanding many of the issues in current society require unlocking this history.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • INTDS

Sections

Taboo Topics: Religion and Politics - 2021 Fall INTDS 242

What are the two topics you should not discuss at the dinner table? Answer: Religion and Politics. Why do certain groups of Christians deny climate change and consider themselves Christian Zionists? Why do other groups of Christians promote ‘green’ legislation? What does religion look like in a pluralistic society? Was the U.S. founded as a Christian nation? These questions are only a few of those that a careful historical and doctrinal exploration of religion in America can unlock. This course will be a historical overview of the uniquely American experience of Religion. Understanding many of the issues in current society require unlocking this history.

Course Code: INTDS 242

8/23/2021 - 12/12/2021

T, R 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus

Taboo Topics:Religion and Politics - 2021 Fall INTDS 242

What are the two topics you should not discuss at the dinner table? Answer: Religion and Politics. Why do certain groups of Christians deny climate change and consider themselves Christian Zionists? Why do other groups of Christians promote ‘green’ legislation? What does religion look like in a pluralistic society? Was the U.S. founded as a Christian nation? These questions are only a few of those that a careful historical and doctrinal exploration of religion in America can unlock. This course will be a historical overview of the uniquely American experience of Religion. Understanding many of the issues in current society require unlocking this history.

Course Code: INTDS 242

8/23/2021 - 12/12/2021

T, R 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus