Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This was required course for freshman at the University. It covered the basic Theological principles that the Catholic faith is built upon. The ideas themselves were simple and I had learned them previously in theology classes. However, this class allowed us to go deeper into those subjects. I would not recommend the teacher because he tended to get off subject and a lot of the material for assigned reading was very difficult to understand.
The highlights of this course were one page essays that we were tasked with writing on a weekly basis. They were reaction papers on either reading, lectures, or sites we were told to visit and allowed us to understand the material better. I feel that these essays allowed me to understand the material that was confusing and hard to comprehend at first.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention is class and take lots of notes. This course requires you to recall small details that might have only be mentioned once or twice. Also, pay attention and try to pick out the important details from the readings. Even if they are not talked about in class they are on exams.