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ARCHIVED 2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
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SGBH 202 - The Search for Meaning in Religion

4.00 credit hours
Together, humans face a common set of ultimate questions: Why do we suffer? What happens when we die? What is our place in existence? And though answers to these questions have varied widely, all seek to make our experiences meaningful. We examine major religious and artistic answers to such questions in particular, with special attention to first person accounts of varying beliefs and the practices that enact them, along with major architectural monuments that have shaped those practices in major religious traditions across historical time and space.

Prerequisite(s): Cardinal Directions Humanities course or instructor consent.
Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Humanities.

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