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REL 216 - Sainthood in Four Traditions


FDR: HU
Credits: 3
Planned Offering: Winter 2014 and alternate years.

A survey of sainthood in a variety of religious contexts: Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist. The course asks: “What makes someone holy? How do saints behave? How and why are they worshipped?” Readings include sacred biographies (hagiographies), studies of particular traditions of saint worship, and interpretations of sainthood in both theological and cross-cultural perspectives. Lubin.





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