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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- From Confucianism to Zen: Exploring Chinese and Japanese Religions
This introductory course is an opportunity to study a variety of Chinese and Japanese religious traditions. Among themes and topics pursued will be Confucianism, Shinto, Daoism, Zen Buddhism, Chinese deities, myths and folk/popular religious practices.
- Spiritual Struggle & Religious Doubt in the Christian Tradition
In this course students will study those people who have experienced 'spiritual trial', asked questions and raised doubts about religious belief, and have done so as part of their own spiritual quest.
- Martin Buber`s `I and Thou`
Martin Buber’s book 'I and Thou' is a masterwork of modern philosophy and theology. This course will pursue a close reading of the text, and focus on the sources and intellectual context that contributed to the development of this now classic text.
- The World`s Great Religions I
The world’s great religions are Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This course is an introduction to these religions: to their early historical development; to their key texts and beliefs; and to some of their early thought.
- Introduction to World Religions (Online)
What do we mean by ‘world religions’ and why might this title be controversial? How should we approach the study of the spiritual paths, key beliefs and practices of the main religious traditions?
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