• Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies

Religious Studies Programs

Religion shapes individuals, societies, and history. We strive to understand its effects on a globalized world. Our non-sectarian, multi-disciplinary curriculum examines many traditions: Judaic, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Native American, and more.

Find out more about our programs, explore the courses offered, and meet our faculty.

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Photographs of southwest China, taken during an ASIANetwork student trip led by Department of Religious Studies Professor Deborah Sommer.

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'Changed man should get a chance at parole'

Buz Myers

Religious Studies Professor Charles "Buz" Myers authored an opinion piece that appeared in Sunday's Harrisburg Patriot News on June 27.

Myers wrote about his experience volunteering at the State Correctional Institution in Camp Hill, where for the last two years he has taught Bible study to inmates. He shares Harry's story, and why he thinks rehabilitated inmates deserve a chance to re-enter society.

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