A contemporary study of the world’s religions should help students understand certain aspects of human nature. By the time a student is finished with a college course in comparative religion, the following should have been covered thoroughly: the different types of existing religions and how various religious practices at the individual and group level shape religious identity, how various religions and faiths address and respond to social and ethical issues; interfaith and inter-religious dialogue and the forming of relationships among people with diverse religious backgrounds.
A college course in comparative religion will deal with the following topics:
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