ILC 389G - Atrocity, Suffering & God

ILC 389G - Atrocity, Suffering & God

4.00 Cr
An Integrative Learning course where students receive CORE credit in both History and Philosophy. This course will seek to weave together the problem and question of God with historical case studies illuminating humanity's capacity for cruelty, atrocity, and genocide. By exploring some of the leading philosophical and theological arguments regarding the problem of evil, for example, alongside real historical examples, we will force the class to confront the reality that neither discipline has all the answers to the difficult questions posed by the human potential for evil.
Term: 
2020SP
Method: 
CYBER
Faculty: 
Cash, Dane
Hall, Eric