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2014 - Spring

College of Arts & Sciences (AS)

Religion (REL)


REL 1310
The Christian Scriptures
1310   The Christian Scriptures                                    
   An introduction to the Old and New Testaments (their contents, historical backgrounds, and major themes), and to appropriate strategies for interpretation of the Bible.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
02Open602N/A10860MWF1010AM - 1100AMTIDWEL 2013Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
09Open603N/A10878TR0330PM - 0445PMTIDWEL 1073Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 1350
The Christian Heritage
1350   The Christian Heritage                                      
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310.
   An introduction to Christian life and thought, from the early church to the present, through an examination of great texts with an emphasis on Christian doctrine, ethics, witness and institutions.
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REL 1350
The Christian Heritage HNR
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 2480
Introduction to Ministry
2480   Introduction to Ministry      
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310, 1350 and sophomore standing or above.                        
   The church and its ministry, including leadership, and functions of ministry, with a special attention to the history, heritage, distinctive characteristics, and cooperative efforts of Baptists. Includes an internship under the supervision of an area minister.
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02Closed14-1N/A10960TR0930AM - 1045AMTIDWEL B034Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3303
Archaeology & the Bible
3303   Archaeology and the Bible  (Cross-listed as ARC 3303)                                  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   An introduction to Biblical archaeology with emphasis on the archaeological discoveries which relate significantly to the understanding and interpretation of the Bible.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3311
Jesus and the Gospels
3311   Jesus and the Gospels  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                          
   A study of the portrayal of Jesus in the New Testament Gospels and an introduction to the question of "the historical Jesus."
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01Closed190N/A30275MWF0125PM - 0215PMTIDWEL 2103Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3314
Paul & His Writings
3314   Paul and His Writings  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                                            
   A study of the life and letters of the apostle Paul.
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01Open192N/A30276TR1100AM - 1215PMTIDWEL 3013Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3319
Interpreting the New Testament
3319   Interpreting the New Testament
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; sophomore standing or above.
   Analysis of literature of the New Testament, examining various methodologies, both historical and contemporary, in New Testament study. Attention will be given to relevant bibliography, leading scholars, and major issues in current New Testament study.
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01Open191N/A23639TR1100AM - 1215PMTIDWEL B033Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3330
Intro to Church History
3330   Introduction to Church History  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                                    
   A survey of church history from New Testament times to the present.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3345
World Religions
3345   World Religions  (Cross-listed as AST 3345 and MH 3345)
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350 or BIC 3358; and upper-level standing.
   Historical, aesthetic, philosophical, anthropological, sociological, and psychological approaches to the major faith traditions of our world.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3351
Intro/Christian Theology
3351   Introduction to Christian Theology
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                                
   Central doctrines of the Christian faith: revelation, the person and work of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit election, man, sin, Holy Scripture, and reconciliation. Classical and contemporary theological formulations will be used as illustrative material.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 3382
Cross-Cultural Ministry
3382   Cross-Cultural Ministry
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and REL 1350; and upper-level standing.
   Issues related to cross-cultural ministry and contemporary approaches for Christian missions.
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REL 3390
Christian Ethics
3390   Christian Ethics    
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                                                
   An introductory study of the patterns of reflection and action which characterize the Christian moral life. Attention will be given to Christian responsibility in politics, economics, family life, and other areas of human activity.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
For students studying in St. Andrews


REL 3394
War/Peace Christian Tradition
3394   War and Peace in the Christian Tradition
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.                          
   An examination of relevant Biblical materials and their interpretation and application throughout Christian history. An analysis of three major historical positions; pacifism, just war, and crusade, and an examination of contemporary expressions in scholarship, public policy, and popular thought.
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01Closed190N/A26886MWF1010AM - 1100AMTIDWEL B053Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4300
Zombie Apoca.-Christian Hist.
4300   Special Topics in Religion                                  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   Special topics of study in the discipline of religion, especially in areas not covered in the regular curriculum. The course may be repeated once when content differs.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4302
Arch-Ancient Near East
4302   Archaeology and the Ancient Near East  (Cross-listed as ARC 4302)                      
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   Ancient Near East, its history, culture, and religion as evidenced through archaeological excavation and the interpretation of archaeological data. The focus of the course will be upon the Biblical period.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4315
Topics New Testament Studies
4315   Topics in New Testament Studies                                
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   A designated book, group of books, or major theme from the New Testament. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4336
Intro to Religion in America
4336   Introduction to Religion in America
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   American religious heritage with emphasis on its organization, expansion, thought, worship, and impact on American society.
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REL 4338
Women in Religion in America
4338   Women in Religion in America
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   The role of women in religion in America from colonial times to the present.
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REL 4342
Christianity & World Religions
4342   Christianity and the World Religions
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350.
   The exchange and encounter between Christianity and the major world religions. Focus on religious worldviews, major events, religious and political trends, the history of missions, and a post-colonial critique of religious pluralism.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4347
Topics in African Religions
4347   Topics in African Religions
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350.
   History of religious expression in Africa plus contemporary changes as African religious traditions interact.  With content changed, this course may be repeated once for a maximum of 6 semester hours.
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REL 4350
Augustine's Theo Development
4350   Augustine's Theological Development  (Cross-listed as CLA 4350)              
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350; and upper-level standing.
   Selected writings of Augustine that focus on such themes as the problem of evil, scriptural hermeneutics, his theological anthropology, and his Trinitarian theology.
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REL 4395
Bioethics
4395   Bioethics  (Cross-listed as MH 4395)                                                  
Prerequisite(s): REL 1310 and 1350 or BIC 3358; and upper level-standing.
   Ethical issues in the fields of health care and other life sciences. Some of the issues studied include behavior modification, abortion, euthanasia, health care delivery, human experimentation, and genetic modification. A major research project on a selected issue approved by the professor will be required of each student.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 4399
Senior Seminar
4399   Senior Seminar
Prerequisite(s): Senior standing.
   A senior level course required of all students majoring in religion. The seminar provides opportunity for reflection on the various disciplines and their interconnectedness in religious studies through assigned reading and directed research.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 5101
Old Testament Colloquium
5101   Old Testament Colloquium                                    
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
    A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in Biblical Studies meet with the Old Testament faculty for written presentations and discussion of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 5111
New Testament Colloquium
5111   New Testament Colloquium                                    
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
    A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in Biblical Studies meet with the New Testament faculty for written presentations and discussion of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 5131
Historical Area Colloquium
5131   Historical Area Colloquium
Prerequisite(s): Doctoral students only.
   A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in the Historical Area meet with the Historical Area faculty for written presentations and discussions of guided readings in classical and contemporary studies in the discipline. May be taken six times for credit.
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01Closed60N/A24005W1220PM - 0110PMTIDWEL B191Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
For Religion PhD students only


REL 5151
Theology Colloquium
5151   Theology Colloquium
Prerequisite(s): Ph.D. students only.
   A seminar in which doctoral students concentrating in theology will meet with faculty for written presentations and discussions of guided readings in patristic, medieval, reformations, and modern texts in theology and related fields. May be taken six times for credit.
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01Open61N/A16828W1220PM - 0110PMTIDWEL B281Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 5199
Non-Thesis Degree Completion
5199   Non-Thesis Degree Completion
   To fulfill requirements for non-thesis master's students who need to complete final degree requirements other than coursework during their last semester.  This may include such things as a comprehensive examination, oral examination, or foreign language requirement. Students are required to be registered during the semester they graduate.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014


REL 5303
1-2 Samuel
5303   Seminar in the Former Prophets                              
   A designated portion of the Old Testament scriptures chosen from the Former Prophets. Attention will be given to critical and theological problems, relevant bibliography, contributions of significant scholars, and contemporary issues in interpretation. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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01Closed60N/A30284F0800AM - 1045AMTIDWEL 4023Regular
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
For Religion PhD Students Only


REL 5305
Sem. in the Writings - Psalms
5305   Seminar in the Writings                                    
   A designated portion of the Old Testament scriptures chosen from the Writings. Attention will be given to critical and theological problems, relevant bibliography, contributions of significant scholars, and contemporary issues in interpretation. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 5311
Contemp Issues-New Test
5311   Contemporary Issues in New Testament Study                  
   A selected major issue in contemporary New Testament scholarship. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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Start Date: 01/13/2014; End Date: 05/12/2014
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REL 5315
Sem-Acts-Hebrews-Gen Epi
5315   Seminar in Acts, Hebrews, and the General Epistles          
   A designated portion of the New Testament scriptures chosen from Acts, Hebrews, or the General Epistles. Attention will be given to critical and theological problems, relevant bibliography, contributions of significant scholars, and contemporary issues in interpretation. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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REL 5333
Continental Reformation
5333   History of the Continental Reformation                      
   Lutheran, Reformed and the Roman Catholic aspects of the sixteenth-century Reformation in Europe.
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REL 5334
Puritanism/17th Cent. Baptists
5334   History of the English Reformation                          
   The Reformation as it developed in England with particular attention to the background of the English church in the late Middle Ages; the influence of Wycliffe, Tyndale, and the English Bible; the progress of reform under the Tudors and the Stuarts; the rise of Puritanism and nonconformity; the Civil Wars; and toleration. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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Puritanism / 17th Cent. Baptists


REL 5340
Religion, Law & Politics
5340   Seminar on Religion, Law, and Politics  (Cross-listed as CHS 5342, PHI 5342, and PSC 5342)
   See CHS 5342 for course information.
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REL 5357
20th Cent Catholic Renascence
5357   The 20th Century Catholic Renascence
   The resurgence of Roman Catholic theology and literature in the previous century, as well as its continuing relevance for our time.
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REL 5360
Christian Theo & Social Theory
5360   Contemporary Theological Problems                          
   Important theological problems which confront the theologian and the Christian community today. Problems such as faith and science, theological language, evil, theology and history, and Christian selfhood and modern psychology studied. Both historical and contemporary attempts to deal with the problems will be considered. The course may be taken up to three times when content differs.
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REL 5399
Religion Colloquy
5399   Religion Colloquy                                          
Prerequisite(s): Twenty-four semester hours of graduate course work.
   Required as a co-requisite for participation in the Teaching Fellows Program. The colloquy will address a broad range of institutional and pedagogical issues related to the teaching of religious traditions and especially the Christian tradition in an academic context.
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REL 6V00
Dissertation Proposal/Prospect
6V00   Dissertation Proposal and Prospectus                               1 to 3 sem. hrs.
   Research for doctoral students studying for preliminary examinations, preparing their topic proposal, or writing their prospectus in anticipation of candidacy. The course may be repeated.
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REL 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation                                                              1 to 9 sem. hrs.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation. A total of at least nine semester hours is required for the completion of the dissertation.
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