ZTC and LTC Classes

The college strives to ensure that the ZTC and LTC designations are accurate; however, under some circumstances, faculty may have to adjust selection of instructional materials and this can affect course material costs. It may also be necessary to change instructors. Replacement faculty have academic freedom to choose instructional materials regardless of costs and are not obligated to use free course materials selected by an instructor previously assigned to the class.

Religion in America

This course focuses on the interaction between religion(s), culture, and society in the United States, beginning with the pre-Columbian indigenous traditions of North America and ending with an overview of the diversity of the contemporary American religious landscape. Students explore broad social movements, particular historical developments, theological responses, and the ongoing relationship between religion and politics in the US. Topics include uniquely American religions (e.g., Mormonism, Jehovah's Witness, Scientology), American religious movements (e.g., Great Awakening, Social Gospel Movement, Religious Right), and shifting religious tensions post-9/11.

Subject: RELG
Course Number: 103
Section Number: 3198
Units: 3
Instructor: Murico, Jeff

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