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Chinese Religions for Deepening and Dialogue

Religion, Theology & Philosophy
Duration
7 weeks
Weekly Study
4-6 HOURS
Dates
Nov 10-Dec 28
Register By
November 17, 2022

In this course we will cover the rise and development of the Taoist and Confucian traditions; explore their ideas, values, and practices; consider the ways in which they are being modified and applied in the modern world; and examine their similarities to and differences from the Bahá’í teachings. By studying Chinese thought and values, Bahá’ís will obtain a greater appreciation of the Bahá’í Faith and acquire experience in sharing the perspective of their own faith with Chinese people in an informed and respectful manner.

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teacher
Stephen Boyanton, PhD
WI Adjunct Lecturer

My love of Asia goes back to my tenth grade world history teacher, who first exposed me to the vastness of the world. Since that time, I’ve spent a fair amount of my life wandering about trying to see and understand as much of the world as I can. In... See Faculty Bio

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