The InterReligious Understanding program is designed for adult learners of all educational backgrounds who are interested in exploring the religious diversity of our community. Phillips Theological Seminary offers this program as a part of pursuing its goal of vital interfaith conversations among all people to advance the public good.
Annual fall sessions will be Six in Six: Meet Six Religious Traditions in Six Weeks. Each session will provide an introduction to one of the following traditions: Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, and Native American.
Each spring, the program will offer One in Six, one of the above traditions in a six-week course that provides a richer and deeper understanding of that tradition. Spring sessions will be determined based on availability of instructors and on participant interest.
Current Offering: Summer 2016
Beginning June 7, 2016, Phillips offers Six in Three: Six Religious Traditions in Three Weeks. Over a period of three weeks, six sessions will be held providing an introduction to six different religious traditions: Native American Traditions, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, Christianities, Hinduism (and Religious Traditions of India).
Sessions will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 9 pm, through June 23, 2016. Register now.
The entire course of six sessions may be counted as 1.5 Continuing Education Units.
For more information
Contact Anna Holloway, Director of the InterReligious Understanding Program