Apr 04, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog
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HON 225 - Religion and Science: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

Credit Hour(s): 3
This interdisciplinary team-taught seminar is designed to help students become critically informed about some of the ways theistic religion and science are being perceived as relating to one another. Students will explore 1) the history of the religion-science relationship, 2) various contemporary ways of thinking about the relationship between religion and science, 3) current theories of cosmology, evolutionary biology, molecular biology, ecology, and their implications for theological discourse. 3 Credit(s).

Meets Non-Bible-based Religion or 3 credits toward Science Requirement.
Prerequisite(s): Boone Honors Program member, or ENG 102 . Students who are not members of the Boone Honors Program will be screened by the instructor before beginning an honors course.


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