Institute for Spirituality and Social Justice
EXPLORE several world religious traditions and CONSTRUCT an environmental theology that can address our current global environmental crisis!
This class will engage the Abrahamic traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam as well as Hinduism, Buddhism and Native American religions. Together, we will examine critical religious texts and/or beliefs in each tradition as we work towards an environmental theology and ethics that may serve as a foundation for environmental action and sustainability.
Class Meets: August 19 - December 13, 2019
Wednesdays, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
World Religions and the Environment
As a reminder there are many different ways to take a class or participate in the ISSJ:
Interested in a graduate degree? (You can begin your application here)
You can take up to two classes before being accepted as a graduate student.
Wanting to take a class, but don't need/want graduate credit?
You can take any class as a non-credit bearing workshop.
Interested in working towards a 15 credit certificate in spirituality and social justice?
Take a class for credit and begin working towards a certificate.
Financial Assistances available!