RELI 235: Religion and Literature
RELI 235-001: Religion and Literature
David King Hall 2053
Section Information for Spring 2015
Satisfies the general education requirement in literature.
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Explores the relationship between religion and literature in different times and cultures, the influence of religion on literary works, and how literature expresses major religious themes such as death and immortality, divine will and justice, suffering and human destiny, and religion and state. May not be repeated for credit.
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