Study Religion at TCU

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

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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.

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Religion News

Dr. Jack A. Hill’s Recent Award
To recognize and honor noted scholars in the field of religious studies in the region, the Southwest Commission on Religious Studies (SWCRS) funds t...
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Representing Religion
The following Department of Religion faculty will present their research at the Southwest Commission on Religious Studies conference this Spring Brea...
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TCU’s Masters of Liberal Arts Program Ranked Among 25 Best Online Masters Degree Programs for 2019
  The Masters of Liberal Arts (MLA) Program at TCU has been ranked #2 and Best Course Delivery among the top 25 Best Online Liberal Arts Degree ...
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DeNapoli cited on Transgender Hindu Demigoddess
“The emerging mainstreaming of transgendered humans through Kinnar Akhara makes a provocative statement,” says Antoniette DeNapoli, associate prof...
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Professor Patricia Duncan
Discerning the Gospel of Mark
I first had the pleasure of hearing professor Patricia Duncan teach in the ancient ruins of Corinth, Greece – a once-bustling city a few hours west ...
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