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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.

Alumni Success

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


Join us for lectures, festivals, meetings, and more.

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

Interfaith Leadership Today: Why it Matters
On October 2nd, Eboo Patel took the stage in the Brown Lupton University Union Ballroom as this year’s honored speaker for the Daryl D. Schmidt ...
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The Pearl Blizek Lecture by Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton
Dr. Darren J. N. Middleton was recently invited to present The Pearl Blizek Lecture on Religion and Art to the Black Studies and Religious Studies pr...
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The Schmidt Lectureship on Religion in Public Life Presents: Eboo Patel
The Daryl D. Schmidt Lectureship on Religion in Public Life will take place on October 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom. Eb...
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Sustainability & Social Justice Series – Fall 2017
This series explores all aspects of sustainability–environmental, economic, and social–with a special focus on social justice issues. All events a...
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Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium- Oct. 2, 2017
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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