RE 109 World Religions
S2M 2008 CH
Andrews, Claude ("Tweetybird")
Adjunct Senior Faculty
B. A., M. Div., M. Ed., Ph. D. work ("A. B. D.")for other information, location, and particulars, see bio-sketch attached.
Home office: 147 Hoop Pole Creek, Atlantic Beach, N. C.
time and location may be scheduled ahead of time
252-407-1485 ("blind" pager--may leave very brief message or dial in number with area code.)
Since Tweetybird is subject to be anywhere in the state, the pager is the best way for contact. If you do not wish him to call you at "all hours," let him know of your own time frame.
--please e-mail both addresses when making contact
Spring II March 17-May 11
none required, although good writing skills are important
Textbook: Matthews, Warren. WORLD RELIGIONS. Fifth Edition. US:Thomson/Wadsworth--required Suggested supplimental text--NOT required but helpful and useful Smith, H. (2007). THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD'S RELIGIONS: A GUIDE TO OUR WISDOM TRADITIONS. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Attachments:Review of Syllabus and Educational contractCLA Brief Bio-sketchWho Are You Activity
Last Updated:3/11/2008 2:44:17 PM