19033 Modernity and Religions

Modernity has appeared only recently in our human planetary history, stressing democracy, science, and human equality and rights. Religions have ignored, adapted, or resisted this movement, generating both liberal and variants. This course will explore the global effects of modernity on religions.

Robert Tapp, emeritus professor of religious studies, U of M, OLLI member
tappx001@umn.edu

5 sessions, Tuesdays, Oct. 8–Nov. 5, 2013, 12:30–2:00 p.m.
1666 Coffman, 1666 Coffman St., Falcon Heights

Craig C. Avery, Course Assistant
craigavery@hotmail.com

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