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PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION syllabus. Also included on this site is an optional reading list, including annotations for  each work. Some additional works that are not on your hard copy of the class syllabus  are included. The marble slab below sealed the tomb of a little boy named Asellus and the inscription goes on to tell us that he had lived 5 years, 8 months and 23 days. To the left we see the images of the Saints Peter and Paul, with the monogram of Christ above the name of Peter. The Good News of Jesus brought to Rome by the fisherman from Galilee and Paul from Tarsus was clearly professed by the families which made up the Christian community. (Marble catacomb inscription, Pio Cristiano: Vatican Museum) Khajuraho, Hindu Temple
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Psychology of Religion Spring 2007 Tuesday & Thursday 9:35 am- 10:50 am Room: PSYC 108 Professor David Rosen, M.D.: Department of Psychology Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 3:00 pm-4:30 pm, Psychology Building, Room 246 Telephone: 845-2530 E-mail: drosen@psych.tamu.edu T.A.: Patti Henderson Office hours: Tues- 11:30-1:00, Thurs-3:30-5:00, Psychology Building, Room 243 Telephone: 845-0477 E-mail: pattigh@txcyber.com Course website : http://psychology.tamu.edu/courses/rosen/religion.doc We will use WebCt: http://elearning.tamu.edu/ Required texts: 1) The World’s Religions by Huston Smith, Harper 1991 (paperback) by David Wulff. 2 nd Edition, John Wiley 1997 =================Course Syllabus================== Date Topic Reading 16 Jan Introduction/Review of Syllabus 23 Jan Taoism Smith, Chapter 5 25 Jan Confucianism Smith, Chapter 4 30 Jan Hinduism Smith, Chapter 2 1 Feb Buddhism Smith, Chapter 3
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6 Feb Judaism Smith, Chapter 7 *8 Feb Christianity Smith, Chapter 8 13 Feb Islam Smith, Chapter 6 15 Feb FIRST EXAM 20 Feb 22 Feb Biological Foundations of Religion Wulff, Chapter 3 Outline for papers due Feb. 22, 2007 27 Feb Wulff, Chapter 4 1 Mar The Correlational Study of Religion Wulff, Chapter 6 6 Mar Religion in the Laboratory Wulff, Chapter 5 8 Mar Second Exam (Wulff, 1-6; Lectures) 13 Mar & 15 Mar No Class Spring Break *20 Mar The Perspective of Sigmund Freud Wulff, Chapter 7 *22 Mar Wulff, Chapter 8 27 Mar Wulff, Chapter 10 29 Mar Erik Erikson: Religion in the Wulff, Chapter 9 Human Life Cycle 3 Apr Wulff, Chapters 11 &
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The American Humanistic Synthesis 5 April- April 26 Student Presentations (Note: Papers are due at the end of your presentation. Non- presenting papers are due April 19
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