CC 325 DX - Religion, Secularism, and Modernity
3 or 4 Credits
TR 1:30-2:45 pm - Professor Jakelic and Professor Clausen
Cross-listed with THEO 348 AX
Fulfills upper level theology requirement

Our thinking about religions and secularisms has long focused on the conflicts between them. This course will begin by looking at the idea of religious-secular divides and how it emerged in modern times. But it will also ask: should we, and can we, move beyond the view that conflict is the only possible interfacing between the religious and the secular? Can we think of the religious-secular encounters in terms of collaborations? And, if so, what are the sources, religious and secular, that enable us to envision the world where believers and non-believers can affirm their differences and work toward the flourishing of all?