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Our religion classes are designed to help you develop a broad understanding of specific world religions. The primary focus of our classes is based on religious traditions, biblical literature, and historical developments of religions throughout the world.

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Forgiveness: The Key to Happiness

Love can heal the world, and forgiveness is the catalyst for making it happen. Discussion includes inspirational stories of miraculous personal healing that radical forgiveness can produce and the importance of forgiveness for well-being. Explore steps of forgiveness that can release grievances and heal relationships. Presentation is psychologically based. No religious or faith-based view of forgiveness is needed to understand and practice it. 
RELG-765 | 1 session | $20 AGE 60+ | $25 REG
F01 Tu 7-9 p.m. | Jan Worley
Oct. 20 | Online

History of the Bible

Join us for the fascinating history of the world’s most famous, most read, most debated and most controversial book. Discussion focuses on how, when and by whom the material was recorded, copied, translated, debated and eventually selected to be canonized into collections to form the Hebrew Bible, and then the Christian Bible with the Old and New Testaments. Protestant Reformation will be discussed with attention to the implications of printing and translation of the Bible into English, recovery of ancient manuscripts, construction of critical editions and the rise of critical historical scholarship and contemporary responses. Specific Bible stories will not be discussed.
RELG-704 | 2 sessions | $27 AGE 60+ | $39 REG
F01 Tu 7-9 p.m. | Jan Worley
Nov. 10 – Nov. 17 | Online

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