A descriptive analysis of religious experience past and present, and an assessment of its validity. Also to be studied are such topics as the spiritual dimension of humanity (including human/earth relations, human/divine relations), reasons for believing in God, miracles, and the role of religion in different cultures. This course is cross-listed as PHIL 402. Students may receive credit for either course, but not both.Prerequisites: two courses in RELG or PHIL.
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