Comparative ReligionsFree and Open to the PublicCourse Description: Scientific Study of the Great Religions of the World.aimed at Knowledge and Understanding which leads to World Peace.Class Schedule & Assignments: All classes meet at First Presbyterian Church,Activities Bldg., Dining Room. All Classes: Sunday, 4:00 p.m.Free Copy of"Essence of World Religions" : Unity in Diversitywith RegistrationIntroduction & Overview of this course of study."What is Religion and why/how do we study this subject?"Sept. 3Sept. 10 Primal Religions: the oldest and still practiced family of Religions.Sept. 17 South Asia: Religions of India, Hinduism, Buddhism,Jainism & Sikhism.Sept. 24 India continued: Guest speaker.Oct. 1 India continued; Buddhism, Guest SpeakerOct. 8 Religions of the Far East, China: Confucianism & TaoismOct. 15 Religions of the Far East, Shintoism.Oct. 22 Religions of the West, Judaism.0ct. 29 Judaism, continued: Guest speaker.Nov. 5 Religions of the West, Zoroastrianism.Nov. 12 Religions of the West, Christianity.Nov. 19 Christianity, continued: Guest speaker.Nov. 26 Religions of the West, Islam.Dec. 3 Islam, continued, Guest SpeakerDec. 10 Religions of the West, Baha'i; Guest speaker.Dec. 17 Comparison: Indian and Western ReligionsClasses will be lectured by Dr. Robert G. Newman,along with guest speakersFor more information, please contact Dr. Newman at(304) 345-0225 or robertnewmanasuddenlink.netCourses will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Sundays

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Comparative Religions Free and Open to the Public Course Description: Scientific Study of the Great Religions of the World. aimed at Knowledge and Understanding which leads to World Peace. Class Schedule & Assignments: All classes meet at First Presbyterian Church, Activities Bldg., Dining Room. All Classes: Sunday, 4:00 p.m. Free Copy of "Essence of World Religions" : Unity in Diversity with Registration Introduction & Overview of this course of study. "What is Religion and why/how do we study this subject?" Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Primal Religions: the oldest and still practiced family of Religions. Sept. 17 South Asia: Religions of India, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism & Sikhism. Sept. 24 India continued: Guest speaker. Oct. 1 India continued; Buddhism, Guest Speaker Oct. 8 Religions of the Far East, China: Confucianism & Taoism Oct. 15 Religions of the Far East, Shintoism. Oct. 22 Religions of the West, Judaism. 0ct. 29 Judaism, continued: Guest speaker. Nov. 5 Religions of the West, Zoroastrianism. Nov. 12 Religions of the West, Christianity. Nov. 19 Christianity, continued: Guest speaker. Nov. 26 Religions of the West, Islam. Dec. 3 Islam, continued, Guest Speaker Dec. 10 Religions of the West, Baha'i; Guest speaker. Dec. 17 Comparison: Indian and Western Religions Classes will be lectured by Dr. Robert G. Newman, along with guest speakers For more information, please contact Dr. Newman at (304) 345-0225 or robertnewmanasuddenlink.net Courses will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Sundays