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Fall 2017 New Bachelor's courses in Theology & Religious Studies.
(See our full timetable below)

Poster of Islamic Studies courses available 2017-18 here.
 

Bachelor's Religious & Theol Studies Tentative Timetable 2017-2018 

"f" and "a" courses are first (fall) term half-courses; "G" and "b" courses are second (winter) term half-courses
Courses with insufficient enrolment will be cancelled.

Calendar course descriptions are found by clicking on the Course # column.
Course outlines (as available) are found by clicking on the Outline column.

Subject Course #
Course
Outline
Description Day
Start
End
Instructor
Arabic 3260b 2016-17 Arabic Th 4:30 7:20 Kharrat, Y.
Hebrew

1040a

2017-18
2016-17

Intro to Bib Hebrew

Tu
F

1:30
12:30

3:20
2:20

Meyer, N.

Hebrew

1041b

2017-18
2016-17

Intro to Bib Heb con't

Tu
F

1:30
12:30

3:20
2:20

Meyer, N.

Rel Studies

1010F

2017-18

Religion, Theology & Global

Th

6:00pm

8:50pm

Townshend
Ruso
Watson

REL STUD

1015G

2016-17
2015-16

Religion and Difference

Th

6:00pm

8:50pm

Watson, M.

REL STUD

1029

2017-18
2016-17

New Testament Greek

Tu
F

4:30
2:30​

6:20
4:20

Meyer, N.

REL STUD

2112F

2017-18
2016-17

Spirituality Old & New

Tu

2:30

5:20

Marks, D.

REL STUD

2113G

2017-18
2016-17

Modernity, Post-Mod & Religion

M

2:30

5:20

Marks, D.

REL STUD

2124G

2017-18
2016-17

Intro to New Testament

M
W

10:30
9:30

1`:20
11:20

Smith, D.

REL STUD

2126F

2017-18
2016-17

The Early Church

M

2:30

5:20

McClatchie, S.

REL STUD

2127G

2017-18
2016-17

The Late Middle Ages...

Th

2:30

5:20

McClatchie, S.

REL STUD

2130

2017-18
2016-17

Living Religions

W

7:00

9:50

Anstead, J.
Acres, W.

REL STUD

2228F

2017-18
2016-17

Spirituality Old and New

Tu

2:30

5:20

Marks, D.

REL 2229G 2017-18
2016-17
Modernity, Post-Mod, & Religion M 2:30 5:20 Marks, D.
REL Stud 2295b NEW!
2017-18

Holy Ground: Sacred Space
in Public Places
M 2:30 5:20 Larson-Miller, L.
REL Stud 2297a NEW! 
2017-18
**description 
below timetable

Faith in Sound, Stone & Paint Tu
F
9:30
9:30
10:20
11:20
McClatchie, S.
REL
STUD
2300B 2017-18 Women's Religious Experience W
F
9:30
11:30
10:20
1:20
Allen, A.
REL STUD 2330F
2017-18
2016-17

Interpret the Christian Bible M
W
9:30
9:30
10:20
11:20
Smith, D.

REL STUD

2420B

2117-18
2016-17

Intro to the Hebrew Bible

Tu
F

11:30
11:30

1:20
12:20

Meyer, N.

REL STUD

2610G

2017-18
2116-17

Christian Thought, Culture & Practice

MWF

12:30

1:20

Watson, M

REL STUD

2730G

2117-18
2116-17

Sacred Matter

W

2:30

5:20

Acres, W.

REL STUD 3080g 2117-18
2015-16
Death & Resurrection of Jesus M
Th
9:30
9:30
10:20
11:20
 Smith, D
REL STUD 3100F 2117-18 Study of Qur'an, Sunnah, Hadith W 5:00 7:50 Mattson, I

REL STUD

3121F
2017-18
2016-17
Intro to Islamic Ethics M
W
3:30
2:30
5:20
3:20
Mattson, I

REL STUD

3230A NEW! 
2017-18
**description 
below timetable
Parables of Jesus Tu
Th
12:30
12:30
2:30
1:30
Smith, D Townshend, T.

REL STUD

3350a 2017-18 New
**description
below timetable

Eastern Church History Tu 2:30 5:20

Larson-Miller, L.

REL STUD

3450G

2017-18
2016-17

Judaism and the Holocaust

Th

2:30

5:20

Marks, D.

THEOL ST

2207F

2017-18
2016-17

Intro to Systematic Theology

Tu
Th

3:30
2:30

5:20
3:20

Badcock, G.

THEOL ST

2208G

2017-18
2016-17

Christ, Salvation & Trinity

Tu
Th

9:30
9:30

10:20
11:20

Badcock, G.

THEOL ST

3312G

2017-18
2016-17

Critical Invest. Theol. Ethics

W

2:30

5:20

Gruning, H.

THEOL ST 3333F 2017-18 Theology, Science & Society M
W
3:30
2:30
5:20
3:30
Marks, D.
 THEOL ST 4410f 2017-18 Spirit, Church & Sacraments Tu
Th
10:30
9:30
11:30
11:30
Badcock, G.
 THEOL ST 4412f 2017-18 Theology of the Reformation   M
W
2:30
3:30
3:30
5:20
Badcock, G.
Remember, if you have any questions or difficulties getting into these courses, email srice@uwo.ca for assistance.  We will hold you a spot.

**New Courses September 2017:  Course descriptions

Religious Studies 2295AB Holy Ground:  Sacred Space in Public Places (Short title:  Sacred Space in Public Places)
Using the insights of social geographers, scholars of violence and culture, ritual studies and popular religiosity, this course will look at the growing phenomena of roadside shrines, urban memorials and the use of natural landscape as places where human ritual, religious faith, and cultural needs create new places for making remembrance.
3 hours; 0.5 course
(Huron)


Religious Studies 2297A/B:  Faith in Sound, Stone, & Paint
An exploration of how music, architecture, and the visual arts can both reflect and help shape faith. Representative works from a wide variety of historical periods will be studied in their theological and cultural contexts. 
3 lecture hours, 0.5 course.
(Huron)


Religious Studies 3230A/B:  The Parables of Jesus
This course studies the parables of Jesus of Nazareth in their social and literary contexts, as well as their history of interpretation, with a particular focus on their interpretation for preaching.  
Antirequisite:  Religious Studies 5230A/B
Prerequisite:  Religious Studies 2124f/g or equivalent or permission of instructor.
3 hours lecture, 0.5 course
(Huron)


Religious Studies 3350A/B:  Eastern & Orthodox Church History
This course will survey the history of Eastern Christianity in its great diversity. Reviewing the geography, theology, liturgy, and art of Greek- and Syriac-speaking Christianity, students will have an introduction for further study or for greater understanding of the complexity of the Middle East today.
Antirequisite:  Church History 5350A/B
3 hours; 0.5 course
(Huron)

 

Bachelor's Religious Studies Intersession Timetable Summer 2016

Calendar course description is found by clicking on the Course #.

Subject
Course #
Course
Outline
Description
Days Start End Instructor
REL
STUD
2130 Intersession
2016
Living Religions of the World
M,TU
W, TH
9:00 12:00 W. Acres




Bachelor's Religious & Theol Studies Tentative Timetable 2015-2016 

"f" and "a" courses are first (fall) term half-courses; "G" and "b" courses are second (winter) term half-courses
Courses with insufficient enrolment will be cancelled.

Calendar course descriptions are found by clicking on the Course # column.
Course outlines (as available) are found by clicking on the Outline column.


Subject Course #
Course
Outline
Description Day
Start
End
Instructor
HEBREW 1040b 2015-16
Intro to Bib Hebrew
M
Th

12:30
1:30
2:20
3:20
Meyer, N.
 HEBREW 1041b 2015-16  Intro to Bib Heb con't
 M
Th
 12:30
1:30
 2:20
3:20
Meyer, N.
HEBREW  2240a  cancelled Int.Bib. Hebrew-Prose
 F  11:30  2:20  Meyer,N
HEBREW  2241b  cancelled  Int. Bib. Hebrew-Poetry
 F  11:30  2:20  Meyer,N
REL STUD 1010F 2015-16 Religion, Theology & Global
Th 18:00 21:00 Larson-Miller, L
REL STUD
1015G 2015-16 Religion and Difference
Th 18:00 21:00 Watson, M.
REL STUD 1029 2015-16
part 2
New Testament Greek
M
Th
2:30
11:30​
4:20
1:20
tba
REL STUD 2112f 2015-16 Spirituality Old & New
Tu
2:30 5:20 Marks, D.
REL STUD 2113G 2015-16 Modernity, Post-Mod & Religion
Tu
2:30 5:20 Marks, D.
REL STUD 2124G 2015-16 Intro to New Testament
Tu
Th
10:30
9:30
11:20
11:20
Smith, D.
REL STUD 2126F 2015-16 The Early Church
W 08:30 11:20 Acres, B
REL STUD 2127G 2015-16 The Late Middle Ages...
W 8:30 11:20 Acres, B
REL STUD
2130 2015-16 Living Religions
W 19:00 21:00 Acres, W.
REL STUD
2228F 2015-16 Spirituality Old and New
Tu
2:30 5:20 Marks, D.
REL STUD
2229G 2015-16 Modernity, Post-Mod, & Religion
Tu
2:30 5:20 Marks, D.
REL STUD 2310G  2015-16 Interpreting the Qur`an
 M
W
 3:30
2:30
 5:20
3:20
Mattson,I
REL STUD
2330F 2015-16 Interpret the Christian Bible
Tu
F
9:30
9:30
10:20
11:20
Smith, D.







REL STUD
2420B 2015-16 Intro to the Hebrew Bible
M
W
9:30
2:30
11:20
3:20
Lemos, T.
 REL STUD
2610G 2015-16 Christian Thought, Culture & Practice
W
2:30 5:20 Watson, M.
REL STUD
2620F 2015-16
Islamic Thought, Culture & Practice
Tu
Th
1:30
1:30
2:20
​3:20
Mattson, I
REL STUD
2700F 2015-16
Soc. and Anthro of Religion F
9:30
12:20   Allen,A
REL STUD
2725F 2015-16 Ritual Studies  (note:  no prerequisites)
M
12:30 3:20 Allen, A.
REL STUD
2730G 2015-16
Sacred Matter
Tu 14:30 17:20 Acres, W.
REL STUD 3020G 2015-16
Early History of God
Tu
2:30
5:20
Lemos, T
REL STUD
 3030F 2015-16 Angry God:Bible and War
 M  18:00  21:00  Lemos,T
REL STUD
3080G
Death & Resurrection of Jesus
Tu
F
9:30
9:30
10:20
11:20
Smith, D.
REL STUD  3090F 2015-16  Major Letters of Paul
 Tu
Th
 11:30
11:30
 1:20
12:20
 Smith,D
REL STUD
3100G 2015-16
Qur`an, Sunnah, Hadith
Tu
18:00
21:00 Mattson, I.
REL STUD
3121F 2015-16
Intro Islamic Ethics
M
W
3:30
2:30
5:20
3:20
Mattson, I
REL STUD
3160F 2014-15
Cancl'd
Christianity in Egypt & North Africa
W 8:30 11:30 Boutros, R.







REL STUD
3450G 2015-16 Judaism and the Holocaust
Th 9:30 12:20 Marks, D.
THEOL ST 2207F 2015-16 Intro to Systematic Theology
Tu 10:30 11:20 Badcock, G.




Th 9:30 11:20
THEOL ST
2210G 2015-16  Questions Philos. Theology
Tu
Th
1:30
12:30
2:20
2:20
Badcock, G.
THEOL ST 3260G 2015-16 Christian Theo. in the 20th Century
Tu
Th
10:30
9:30
11:20
11:20
Badcock,G
THEOL ST 3312G 2015-16 Critical Invest. Theol. Ethics
Th 3:30 6:20 Gruning, H.
THEOL ST 3333F 2015-16
Theology, Science & Society
W
8:30 11:20 Marks,D
THEOL STUD  4410F 2015-16
 Spirit, Church and Sacraments
 M
W
 3:30
2:30
 5:20
3:20
 Badcock,G


Bachelor's Religious Studies Intersession Timetable Summer 2015

Calendar course description is found by clicking on the Course #.

Subject
Course #
Course
Outline
Description
Days Start End Instructor
REL
STUD
2130 Intersession
2015
Living Religions of the World
M,TU
W, TH
9:00 12:00 W. Acres


Bachelor's Religious & Theological Studies Summer 2014 (Intersession & Summer) Timetable

"f" and "a" courses are first (fall) term half-courses
"G" and "b" courses are second (winter) term half-courses

Courses with insufficient enrolment will be cancelled.

Calendar course descriptions are found by clicking on the Subject column.
Course outlines (as available) are found by clicking on the Outline column.

Subject Course #
Course
Outline 
 
Description                             Day
Start
End
Instructor
REL
STUD
2130 2013-14
S.2014
not yet avail
Intro to Living Religions
of the World
MTuWTh
May 12-June 20
9:00 12:00 Acres, W.
 REL STUD
 3500f/g  Info/Poster
 Jewish Experience in Poland (on Letter of Permission) at Lazarski University, Poland
 Jul 5-19
     Marks, D.