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18-19 - WORLD RELIGIONS - WILLIAMS is a Course

18-19 - WORLD RELIGIONS - WILLIAMS

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From Taoism, to Islam, to Christianity, religion inevitably affects us all in some way. On one level, religion can help us commune with and honor our spiritual natures, but it can also divide people and create great strife in the world. World Religions: Exploring Diversity will explore the various characteristics of faith and introduce the fundamentals of the major religions, including Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Shintoism, and Taoism. You’ll trace how these powerful faiths have influenced cultures over thousands of years and helped to shape the face of humanity. After this course, you’ll have a clearer understanding of how religion continues to affect the larger world.

PLEASE NOTE:
  The length of this course is one semester.

Units
  • Unit 1: The Study of World Religions
  • Unit 2: Hinduism
  • Unit 3: Buddhism
  • Unit 4: Judaism
  • Unit 5: Christianity
  • Unit 6: Islam
  • Unit 7: Confucianism
  • Unit 8: Shintoism
  • Unit 9: Taoism
  • Unit 10: Religion in the 21st Century