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2018-19 Bachelor's courses in Theology & Religious Studies.
List of courses here.
(See Registrar's site for timetable; our timetable to appear below)

Poster of Islamic Studies courses available 2018-19 here.
 

Bachelor's Religious & Theological Studies Timetable 2018-2019 

"F" and "a" courses are first (fall) term half-courses; "G" and "b" courses are second (winter) term half-courses
Courses with insufficient enrolment will be cancelled.

Calendar course descriptions are found by clicking on the Course # column.
Course outlines (as available) are found by clicking on the Outline column.

Subject Course #
Course
Outline
Description Day
Start
End
Instructor
 Arabic

 1070a

2018-19

Quranic Arabic for Beginners    NEW!

Th

3:30

6:20

 Kharrat, Y

Arabic 3260b 2018-19
2017-18
Arabic:  Readings from the Qur'an Th 3:30 6:20 Kharrat, Y.
Hebrew

1040a

2018-19
2017-18

Intro to Bib Hebrew

Tu
F

2:30
11:30

4:20
1:20

tba

Hebrew

1041b

2018-19
2017-18

Intro to Bib Heb con't

Tu/F

2:30

4:20

tba

Rel Studies

1010F

2018-19
2017-18

Religion, Theology & Global

W

6:30pm

9:20pm

Badcock, Gary

REL STUD

1015G

2018-19
2017-18

Religion and Difference

Th

3:30pm

6:20pm

Acres, W.

REL STUD

1029

2018-19   
2017-18
         

New Testament Greek
(note this is correct time...UWO's timetable incorrect) For Winter term:  Tu/F 2:30-4:30

1st term:
Tu
F



4:30
1:30​



6:20
3:20

Meyer, N.

REL STUD

2112F

2018-19
2017-18

Spirituality Old & New   (course description below timetable)

F

11:30

2:30

Marks, D.

REL STUD

2113G

2018-19
2017-18

Modernity, Post-Mod & Religion

M

2:30

5:20

Marks, D.

REL STUD

2124G

2018-19
2017-18

Intro to New Testament

Tu

11:30

2:20

tba

REL STUD

2126F

2018-19
2017-18

The Early Church

Th

9:30

12:20

McClatchie, S.

REL STUD

2127G

2018-19
2017-18

The Late Middle Ages

Th

9:30

12:20

McClatchie, S.

REL STUD

2130

2018-19
2017-18

Living Religions

Th

6:30

9:20

Acres, W.

REL Stud

2297a 2018-19
2017-18
Faith in Sound, Stone & Paint W
F
9:30
9:30
11:30
10:30
McClatchie, S.
REL
STUD
2300A 2018-19 Religion & Psychoanalysis  (NEW!  See below timetable
for course description)
W 6:30 9:20 tba
REL STUD 2330F
2018-19
2017-18

Interpret the Christian Bible Tu 11:30 2:20 Meyer, N.

REL STUD

2420B

2018-19
2016-17

Intro to the Hebrew Bible

W
F

9:30
9:30

10:20
11:20

Lemos, T.

REL STUD

2610G

2018-19
2017-18

2116-17

Christian Thought, Culture & Practice

MWF

12:30

1:20

Wagenman, 
M.

 Rel
Stud
2620g 2018-19 Islamic Thought, Culture & Practice  W 2:30 5:20 Mattson, I

REL STUD

2730G

2018-19
2116-17

Sacred Matter

Tu

2:30

5:20

Acres, W.

REL STUD 3030g 2018-19 Angry God:  The Bible & War Tu 2:30 5:20 Lemos, T.
REL STUD 3090g 2018-19 The Major Letters of Paul F 11:30 2:20 Meyer, N.

REL STUD

3131b
2018-19 Spirituality of Muslim Women Tu
Th
2:30
2:30
4:20
3:20
Mattson, I

REL STUD

3134a 2018-19 Freedom of Religion & Accommodation in Canada Th 6:30 9:20 Fahmy, M.
Rel
Stud
 3168G 2018-19
2017-18
 Constructing Jesus M 6:30 9:20 Smith, D. 

REL STUD

3350a 2018-19
2017-18
Eastern & Orthodox Church History M 2:30 5:20

Larson-Miller, L.

REL STUD

3450G

2018-19
2017-18


Judaism and the Holocaust

W

3:30

6:20

Marks, D.

THEOL ST

2207F


2018-19
2017-18

Intro to Systematic Theology

Tu
Th

3:30
2:30

5:20
3:20

Badcock, G.

Theol
ST

3260g 2018-19 Christian Theology in the 20th Century M
Th
3:30
2:30
5:20
3:20
Badcock, G.

THEOL ST

3312G

2018-19
2017-18

Critical Invest. Theol. Ethics

Th

2:30

5:20

Gruning, H.

Theol
St
3331g 2018-19 Liturgical Music  (NEW; email srice@uwo.ca to hold
a space; # will be available to add to your registration 
by end of July.  Description at bottom of timetable.)
Tu
Th
12:30
12:30
2:20
1:20
 McClatchie/
Lupton, B.
THEOL ST 3333F 2018-19
2017-18
Theology, Science & Society M
W
2:30
3:30
3:20
5:20
Marks, D.

Remember, if you have any questions or difficulties getting into these courses, email srice@uwo.ca for assistance.  We will hold you a spot.

New course descriptions 2018-19:  

Theological Studies 3331g, Liturgical Music:  A study of the role and function of music in its liturgical contexts (Eucharist, Daily Office, Service of the Word) throughout the church year. It includes a historical and practical survey of the principal genres and types of liturgical music. 

Religious Studies 2112f:  Spirituality Old & New:  An examination of the heightened interest in spirituality in contemporary culture, and its possible social, ethical, and religious significance. A variety of religious traditions and contemporary perspectives will be explored, including topics such and ecology, vocation, aboriginal spirituality, globalization and mysticism.
Antirequisite(s): Religious Studies 2112F/G, the former Religious Studies 2245F/G.

Religious Studies 2300A:  Religion & Psychoanalysis:  Prior to the development of psychoanalysis as a way of understanding human beings, religion was almost always the main source of exploring the human psyche. Psychoanalysis began to challenge this monopoly, and, in some ways, psychoanalysis set itself up as a rival to religious approaches in dealing with issues such as faith, theology, and the human mind. However, in contemporary times there has been an increasing movement toward seeing religion and psychoanalysis as complementary. This course will explore some key facets of the relationship between psychoanalysis and religion--theoretically, historically, clinically, and hermeneutically.

Bachelor's Religious Studies Intersession Timetable Summer 2018

Calendar course description is found by clicking on the Course #.

Subject
Course #
Course
Outline
Description
Days Start End Instructor
REL
STUD
2130 Intersession 2018 Living Religions of the World
M,TU
W, TH
9:00 12:00 W. Acres