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Canvas Network: Understanding World Religions: An Occupational Approach

 with  Keith Augustus Burton

This course provides a general introduction to select world religions and explores how certain religious teachings and practices may have relevance to the occupations of participants. After defining religion, the course explores the world’s religions under the following categories: Hindu influenced religions, Chinese influenced religions, Abrahamic influenced religions, and localized religions.

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Finished
Subject Religion
Institution Oakwood University
Provider Canvas Network
Language English
Calendar 6 weeks long

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