SCIENCE AND ITS INTERRELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS (ST-8100)

(06/06/2022-09/02/2022)

Course Memo

This online course identifies the points of contact where natural science challenges or complements the religious worldviews of classic traditions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Atheism, and Religious Naturalism. Updates in the field of Science and Religion will lead to analysis of selected topics such as quantum physics, Big Bang cosmology, evolution, genetics, neuroscience, ecology, and transhumanism. This course will provide 1.5 credits for students in any master's level academic program (M.Div., M.A.) or doctoral level as well as the Certificate in Interreligious Studies [15 max enrollment]