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UNCP 5554 Capstone: Certainty and Uncertainty in Science and Religion (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

The issues that inevitably arise in grappling with the creation/evolution controversy open up much broader questions about science, religion, belief, and knowledge. Understanding this controversy requires grappling with such questions as What is science? What is religion? How does scientific knowledge differ from religious beliefs and experiences? This course will provide you with an opportunity to reflect on how your views on these types of questions affect who you are, how you act in the world, what your life choices have been so far, and what you expect your life choices to be after graduation from BC.


Instructor(s): Alan Kafka

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: You can take a Capstone class only as a senior or second-semester junior.
Capstone classes may not be taken Pass/Fail.
You may take only one Capstone class before graduation.


Last Updated: 07-Dec-13