Friday, May 11, 2007

"Intro to World Religions" at Amarillo College

I'll be teaching a course on World Religions at Amarillo College during the Summer I session. The course will begin on Tuesday May 29 (just after Memorial Day) and will run through July 3rd.

Classes will meet Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on the Washington Street campus, in Durrett Hall. Topics will include the following:
  • Native American Spirituality
  • Hinduism
  • Buddhism
  • Judaism
  • Christianity
  • Islam
In addition to those taking the class for credit, Leisure Studies and Continuing Education students are welcome. The only required textbook is the 5th edition of Warren Matthews, World Religions. For sign-up information and access, go to the Amarillo College "Prospective Students" page, here.



Just ran across your blog. Looks interesting. Hope to check it out a little more.

Peace brother

Matt said...

Have you ever seen this bumper sticker?

Frank Bellizzi said...

Matt, that's a new one to me. Can't say I'll get one, but it's pretty clever.

Matt said...

Yeah, clever but you won't find that on my bumper any time soon.