Wisdom From World Religions | A Free Online Course

Wisdom from World Religions
A Free Online Course
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Session 1: June 4, 2018 – July 13, 2018  
Session 2: Aug. 13, 2018 – Sept. 21, 2018

About This Free Course
Until recently, the wisdom of the world’s many religions existed in different silos, separated by barriers of language and distance. Now more than ever, this collective wisdom is accessible to people across the globe. But without a guide to this enormous wealth of information, you can quickly lose your way.

In Wisdom from World Religions – a six-week, 100% free online course – celebrated professor Kenneth Rose (PhD, Harvard) helps you enrich your life with the religious and spiritual wisdom of the world's great faith traditions. Through a generous grant, the Templeton World Charity Foundation will pay the tuition of the first 2,000 participants.

Taking his start from the spiritual principles and practices outlined in Sir John Templeton’s book Wisdom from World Religions: Pathways Toward Heaven on Earth, Prof. Rose illuminates the teachings of the world’s major religions and shows you how to put them into practice. You will explore profound questions about the meaning of life, the relationship between science and religion, and much more.


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Taught by

Kenneth Rose, PhD, Harvard University
Senior Research Fellow, The Graduate Theological Union (Berkeley, California)

Kenneth Rose is Senior Research Fellow at the Graduate Theological Union (Berkeley, California). He has a PhD in the Study of Religion from Harvard University, and he has taught in the areas of comparative religion, comparative mysticism, religious pluralism, and the philosophy of meditation at Christopher Newport University, the University of Virginia, the University of Richmond, and the University of Massachusetts.

This global open online course is offered in partnership with the Graduate Theological Union of Berkeley, California, a unique multi-religious consortium for the graduate study of religion featuring more than 20 member schools, centers, and institutes.