Over the course of 18 lessons, students explore many facets of the religious experience. In a comparative approach, religions of the world are examined from historical, cultural, and philosophical perspectives. Students are encouraged to engage with the material through a wide variety of writing and reflective exercises which require individual interpretation. With objectivity as well as appreciation and respect for reverence, symbolism, and ritual, this course provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of comparative religion.
Course Length: One semester
Suggested Grade Level(s): 11, 12
Required for use with this coursebook:
- Living Religions, 10th ed. 9780134168975 (Prentice Hall, 2017) Textbook currently unavailable in print from the publisher. In the future it will be available in digital form from Pearson or in print as a rental or used text from www.chegg.com.
View samples of our high school curriculum here.
Please note: At this time, there is no Teacher Manual available for this course