T5090 World Religions from a Pagan Perspective 

Instructor: Michael York, Ph.D.
Meeting time: asynchronous with individual student meetings

An examination of the theologies and practices of the major world religions from a Pagan perspective. Broadly speaking, the fundamental spiritual options are Abrahamic, Dharmic, secular and Pagan. We want to ask: How do they differ from one another, what is a Pagan perspective and what does Paganism offer to the world’s theological/spiritual forum that the other positions do not?

Required Text(s): none, several will be recommended in class
Suggested Texts: Michael York, Pagan Theology: Paganism as a World Religion (New York: NYU Press, 2003).

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