In light of the so-called "refugee crisis" and the fact that migration has become a trans-national phenomenon, this course explores the promise of the notion of hospitality (as welcoming the stranger), and its relation to the Christian faith. Through the engagement with a variety of biblical, philosophical and theological texts, as well as examples from literature and film, the course aims at deepening our understanding of the challenges and opportunities involved in living in multi-cultural and multi-religious societies in our global world today.
Satisfies a major requirement in Religion
Satisfies a minor requirement in Religion
Satisfies the Philosophical & Religious Perspectives requirement