Death and Resurrection
This course examines the reality of death as a part of the great mystery of life. In addition to studying the Catholic Church's theology of resurrection and the ethic of life, the beliefs and practices of other religion and cultures are included. The current ethical issues surrounding life, death, and human dignity are addresses in addition to looking at philosophy, spirituality, and the personal experience of loss. Students will emerge from this course with a renewed perspective that they can draw upon when facing many types of loss and death throughout adult life.
Refer to the "Welcome to Religion IV" page for more information about your participation as a member of this class.
Chapter 12: When Someone Dies
Students will appreciate the social and religious purpose of the rituals that accompany the death of a loved one in our society.
Exam Essays and Preview
|01||Completer reading and highlighting Chapter 16.|
|02||Completer reading and highlighting Chapter 16.|