Master of Religious Philosophy
Master of Religious Philosophy

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Unlike Comparative Religion, this course is not an exercise in comparing and contrasting different religions, although there is a certain degree of similarity to Comparative Religion, for it is nearly impossible to study anything in a vacuum.

The course provides an analysis of religion as a concept and practice, and explores various spiritual traditions and examples of religions around the world. Therefore, examples of material covered are provided in the religions of the world/

This course consists of 24 weekly lessons. At the conclusion of the course, you will be asked to submit a short essay (minimum 400 words) after which you will receive your degree/diploma. The essay will discuss what you learned from the course. You may discuss what you disagree with, what you found useful, whether you learned something new, or whether you have a different perspective on any of the material presented.

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Much more in depth than expected! July 5, 2017
Reviewer: Manuel Colunga-Hernandez from Deer River, MN United States  
I will be sending in a critique with corrections needed in a few places within the discourses (spelling and citations needed) However reading through the course and then syntopically weaving the threads of thought together have shown this course to be one very necessary for anyone who thinks on the matters of 'what and why a religion at all?' This is a well served course. I have four lessons to do yet, but am in no way disappointed and am drinking in a LOT of new thought and learning!  Please do this course!

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A pleasent surprise! June 10, 2017
Reviewer: Kenneth Pearson from Auburn, WA United States  
A course in which forces one to think, not just memorize what others think. I'm still 'digesting' what I learned.

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