2017-18 Catalog

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+HIS 205 Cr.3

This course is a comparative historical survey of selected religions which focuses upon the distinctive ways that each religion developed norms of good and bad behavior that it imposed upon its adherents. What behaviors did each religious tradition label as good or bad, pure or impure? Why did each tradition place behaviors in those categories? How did those value judgments concerning good and bad behaviors change over the centuries? Some of the topics covered in this comparative historical fashion will include the treatment of women, attitudes toward abortion, contraception, sex outside of marriage, homosexuality, war, attitudes towards other religions, and environmental ethics. Offered Spring.

School of Education, Professional and Continuing Education (EPC)


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General Education Program


...Offered Spring - Even Numbered Years. Other humanities +HIS 205 Cr.3 Ethics and Religion This...

Therapeutic Recreation Major - Bachelor of Science (BS)


...student has registered for his or her final...Abnormal Psychology , and ESS 205 / BIO 312 Human...

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