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The [course_title] is intended to explain what religion is and does, analyse different religious ideas and practice. Additionally, you’ll explore how religion influences the relation between individual and community. Also, understand the religious responses to moral issues, explore questions about the code of life, and understand the contribution of religion in both personal and professional growth. Finally, get an introduction to the diverse nature of religions such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

module:01
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 0 – Course Intro 00:18:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 1 – Legality of Studying Religion 00:34:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 2 – Relevance of Studying Religion 00:34:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 3 – Faith Development 00:50:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 4 – Existence of God 00:36:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 5 -The Problem of Evil 00:49:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 6 – Defining Religion: Otto and Marx 00:38:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 7 – Defining Religion: Freud and Tillich 00:41:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 8 – Defining Religion: Tillich Continued 00:21:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 9 – Indigenous Religions 00:42:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 10 – Haitian Voodoo 00:25:00
module:02
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 11 – Hinduism, Part 1 00:22:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 12 – Hinduism, Part 2 00:35:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 13 – Buddhism, Part 1 00:25:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 14 – Buddhism, Part 2 00:37:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 15 – Judaism, Part 1 00:44:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 16 – Judaism, Part 2 00:22:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 17 – Christianity, Part 1 00:43:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 18 – Christianity, Part 2 00:31:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 19 – Islam, Part 1 00:29:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 20 – Islam, Part 2 00:18:00
module:03
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 21 – Unit 2 Review 00:21:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 22 – Ethics and Religion, Part 1 00:29:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 23 – Ethics and Religion, Part 2 00:25:00
Introduction to Religion: Guest Lecture 1 – New Religious Movements, Part 1 00:46:00
Introduction to Religion: Guest Lecture 2 – New Religious Movements, Part 2 00:42:00
Introduction to Religion: Guest Lecture 3 – Ozarks Religion 00:40:00
Introduction to Religion: Lecture 24 – Future of Religion 00:31:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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