REL 244 / NES 244 / MED 246 / HLS 241

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Their Emergence in AntiquityCourse Cancelled

Moulie Vidas

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This course traces the emergence of the traditions we now call Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: their first communities, texts, images, and values. Students will learn to examine their histories critically, identify patterns across traditions, uncover the way these traditions shaped one another, trace the developments of beliefs and practices from their earlier forms, and analyze the social and political factors that informed these developments.

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