RE 109 World Religions
F1Z 2007 ML
Duckworth, Patricia G.
BA, English and EducationM.Div., Christian Education and Biblical Studies
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Classroom Rules of Conduct:
1 (m) Aug 6 Introductions and expectation
Religion and philosophy
Chapter 1 – Religions of the Americas
2 (w) Aug 8 Chapter 2 – Religions of Africa
3 (m) Aug 13 Chapter 3 – Hinduism
Test #1 (chapters 1, 2)
4 (w) Aug 15 Chapter 3 – Hinduism
5 (m) Aug 20 Chapter 4 -- Buddhism
Test # 2 (chapter 3)
6 (w) Aug 22 Chapter 4 – Buddhism
7 (m) Aug 27 Chapter 6 – China and Japan
Test #3 (chapter 4)
9 (m) Sep 3 Chapter 7 – Ancient Religions of Iran and Iraq
Test # 4 (chapter 6)
10 (w) Sep 5 Chapter 7 – Ancient Religions of Iran and Iraq
11 (m) Sep 10 Chapter 8 – Judaism
Test # 5 (chapter 7)
12 (w) Sep 12 Chapter 8 – Judaism
13 (m) Sep 17 Chapter 9 – Christianity
Test #6 (chapter 8)
14 (w) Sep 19 Chapter 9 – Christianity
** (m) Sep 24 CLASS DEFERRED to September 29
15 (w) Sep 26 Chapter 10 – Islam
Test #7 (chapter 9)
16 (s) Sep 29 Chapter 10 – Islam
18 (w) Oct 3 Test #8 (chapter 10)
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