Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was incredibly interesting and it helped me see how different religions and beliefs can bring people together through acceptance or create a barrier because of ignorance.
The highlight of this course was definitely the Jerusalem Case study. We were separated into groups and subgroups composed of the conflicting parties in the Arab-Israeli Conflict and asked to come up with possible solutions for it. The end result was a well thought out peace treaty after group discussions and negotiations that could put an end to the conflict.
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Advice for students:
The professor gives great in class lectures but you should also read the textbook because some of his quizzes will be based on the chapters in the book.