Whether it’s Rasta or Buddhism or Native American traditions, you’ll learn what various religions offer the world today. And you’ll come to understand how these religions — whether in a historical sense or in contemporary settings — impact policymaking, ideas of social justice and day-to-day personal interactions around the globe.
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The Daryl D. Schimdt 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.Learn More
New Book from Dr. Johnny MilesPersia had Rostam. Babylonia had Gilgamesh and Enkidu. Egypt had Horus and Isis. Greece had Odysseus and Achilles. Israel had its heroes, too–Moses,...
Dr. DeNapoli’s Recent HonorBrava to Dr. DeNapoli! This year’s recipient of the Claudia V. Camp Faculty Research and Creative Activity Award is Associate Professor of Religion ...
The Day of the DeadStudents in Dr. Santiago Piñón’s class mark Dia de los Muertos, which occurs in early November, with a recent display of altars and shrines to...
TCU Installs Monument Dedicated to Native American PeoplesTCU has taken a major step forward by installing a monument between Reed and Jarvis Halls that acknowledges all Native American peoples who have liv...