Course Number: POL 301
Offered: Fall Semester, Odd Years
Instructors: Dr. Polet, Dr. Booke
This course offers a survey of survey of key issues arising at
the intersection of religion and politics. The first part of
the course will survey the
variety of Christian responses to engaging the political order,
with special attention paid to the American context. The second
part of the
course will examine the interplay between Christianity and policy
alternatives, paying close attention to the behavior of political
and social groups.
Finally, the course will examine the increase of religious pluralism
and its effect on American politics and jurisprudence.