By studying different religious doctrines, rituals, stories and scriptures throughout time, you learn how religious traditions shape all aspects of life — politics, science, literature, art, law, economics — and continue to transform themselves.
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See where your degree can take you

TCU Religion majors succeed as doctors, lawyers, editors, ministers and more.

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The “C” in TCU

Learn more about TCU’s rich heritage and affiliation with the Disciples of Christ.

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Get connected through one of our student organizations.

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Daryl D. Schmidt Lectureship on Religion in Public Life

This biennial lecture commemorates the life and work of a TCU religion professor and New Testament scholar who believed that scholars should and can make a difference in society.

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Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium
Photographer who works to remedy Native American stereotypes to speak at TCU Matika Wilbur, a Swinomish and Tulalip photographer from Seattle, Washing...
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Melanie Harris awarded ACE Fellowship
The American Council on Education has awarded Melanie Harris a 2017-18 ACE Fellowship. The ACE Fellows Program is the longest-running leadership devel...
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Sustainability and Social Justice Event Series – Fall 2016
This series explores all aspects of sustainability–environmental, economic, and social–with a special focus on social justice issues. Mond...
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Elizabeth Flowers, associate professor of religion
Rosalynn Carter’s Southern Feminism
When feminists lobbied for constitutional protection of women’s rights in the late 1970s, they found a supporter in the White House. But the quiet i...
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Jack Hill
Jack Hill’s Fulbright Year
Jack Hill’s quest to understand moral ethics has led him from the Rastafarians of Jamaica to storytellers of the South Pacific islands, but he retur...
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