Tuition for the "World Religions and Science" (15 weeks) course.
This 15-week* graduate seminar taught by senior theologian, Kenneth Samples,
lays out the foundational beliefs of the world's major religions,
including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Mormonism, and Eastern
mysticism. Students will explore the ways proponents of these religions
use modern science to justify their particular worldviews.
extended version of the course contains an additional unit
investigating the philosophical implications of religious pluralism. An 8-week abbreviated version of the course is also available.
registration will give one student on-demand access to the online materials
(audio lectures, lecture notes and discussion boards) for the "World Religions and Science" (15 weeks) course.
Class consists of online lectures (video and audio). Access
information will be sent via email after purchase. Lecture outlines will be available
for download. Access expires 3 months from the course start
This registration is for Audit purposes only. If you are
interested in receiving college credit for this course, please visit the
Reasons Institute web site for more information.
information will be sent via email within 72 hours after purchase. Access expires 3 months from the course start
For course start dates, please visit Reasons Institute :: Course Descriptions.
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