"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.
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Quranic Arabic for Beginners NEW!
Intro to Bib Hebrew
Intro to Bib Heb con't
Religion, Theology & Global
Religion and Difference
New Testament Greek
(note this is correct time...UWO's timetable incorrect) For Winter term: Tu/F 2:30-4:30
Spirituality Old & New (course description below timetable)
Modernity, Post-Mod & Religion
Intro to New Testament
The Early Church
The Late Middle Ages
Intro to the Hebrew Bible
Christian Thought, Culture & Practice
Judaism and the Holocaust
Intro to Systematic Theology
Critical Invest. Theol. Ethics
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.
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