Religion, Philosophy & Science

Instructor(s):
Todd Rosenberg
Thursdays, September 3 - 24|7-8:30 p.m. EDT

The Jewish Sermon on the Mount compares the universal ethics of Judaism and Christianity. The class will analyze "Judeo-Christian" ethics showing the similarities as well as differences between the two faiths. Was Jesus a universalist Jew? Find out in this in-depth discussion.
 

Instructor(s):
Joe Konen
Tuesdays, September 15-October 6|10 - 11:30 a.m. EDT

The Better Half outlines the ways in which two X chromosomes work to the advantage of women.  Reporting on his own medical practice and research as well as that of colleagues in the field, the author’s narrative-based style makes the genetics and bioscience information accessible to the lay audience.

Instructor(s):
Samuel Barnett
Fridays, October 23 - December 4 (No Class 11/27)|10-11:30 a.m. EDT

A full understanding of American culture requires looking at the role doctrinal and personal religious belief has played in our politics from the time of the Pilgrims through the events of June, 2020. This course will trace some of the major elements of religion and politics in American culture.