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Paul is one of the most important, most controversial, and least understood figures in earliest Christianity. This course addresses many questions concerning his embattled life and work.

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While mysticism is often associated with Eastern religions, the three Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam each have their own rich mystical traditions.

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After 2000 years, Christianity is the world’s largest religion and continues to prosper and grow. What accounts for its continued popularity?

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The figure of Jesus has tantalized both Christians and non-Christians who have sought definitive answers to questions about his words, his acts, and even his very existence.

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Christianity is the world’s largest religion, with more than two billion members. But in addition to being vast and popular, it is extremely complex and often highly contradictory.

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Throughout this series, you'll look deeply into the nature and role of faith, the ethos of our civilization....

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The Greco-Roman moral philosophers were not concerned with the best ways to think. They were concerned with the best ways to live: how to develop and practice morality and virtue, values and character.

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Is the Bible a divinely inspired message, the work of human authors, or both? Translated and distributed all over the world, it bears the mark of the many cultures that have debated its meaning and prized its wisdom.

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