classroom: 145 Moffitt
A course for atheists, religious persons, and everybody in-between, the Faith and Reasons DeCal serves to create space to discuss the questions and issues that all people wonder at some point in their lives, such as "where do we come from," "why are we here," "are we alone," and "what happens next." The class draws upon guest speakers from a wide range of backgrounds, theistic nd non theistic, to introduce topics and examine it from the vantage point of their particular expertise and worldview. Furthermore, Faith and Reasons encourages students to challenge their current worldview and examine issues critically. A large portion of each class period is dedicated to discussion, with the hope of getting as many students involved as possible.
The class grade is based almost entirely on attendance, with two excused absences permitted each semester. Students that fall short of the attendance cutoff can submit a final paper to ensure they pass the class.
This is an excellent class for students interested in learning about major world religions, critically examining metaphysical questions, and learning about different systems of belief.
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