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Department of Religious Studies|College of Arts & Sciences
 

Exploring Religions

A Web site introducing five world religions:  Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

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Department of Religious Studies
Director: Paul Flesher
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Clayleen Rivord
Ross Hall, Room 122
Department 3392
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Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-3204
Fax: 307-766-2096
Email: relstudies@uwyo.edu
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The Religious Studies Program offers a range of courses in the academic study of religions. These courses seek to acquaint students with religious beliefs and behavior, helping them to understand the ability of religions to define the world in which their adherents live and the power religions have to influence the behavior of their followers. Read More....

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UW Religion Today Column for Week of May 18-24: What Strengthens a Marriage, Religion or Education?

UW Religion Today Column for Week of May 18-24: What Strengthens a Marriage, Religion or Education?

May 14, 2014 — Americans like marriage. At this moment, about 55 percent of Americans are married, and fewer than 10 percent of Americans over 60 have never been married. Marriage provides love, companionship and a stable home life, with or without children. Most religions place a high value on getting married and remaining married.

UW Professor Excavates Significant Fifth Century Mosaic in Galilee

UW Professor Excavates Significant Fifth Century Mosaic in Galilee

June 25, 2013 — University of Wyoming Religious Studies Professor Paul Flesher was part of the excavation team which unearthed a pair of stunning mosaics decorating the floor of a late Roman (fifth century) synagogue at Huqoq in Israel’s Lower Galilee.

UW Professor, Student Part of Team that Made Monumental Excavation in Israel

UW Professor, Student Part of Team that Made Monumental Excavation in Israel

July 13, 2012 — Religious scholars and ancient historians should reexamine how they view the economic status of people living in Israel’s Sea of Galilee region during the fourth through sixth centuries, according to a University of Wyoming professor who was part of the team that excavated a stunning mosaic floor decorating the interior of an ancient synagogue building.

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