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  Course Description      
  This course is an introductory examination of the various relationships between science and religion. Topics include: Definitions of Science & Religion, Science-Religion Models, Intelligent Design, Galileo Affair, Geology & Noah’s Flood, Darwin’s Religious Beliefs, Evolution vs. Creation Debate, Problem of Evil, Interpretations of Genesis 1-11.  
   
  Prerequisites      
  None. Just interest in the topic!  
  Teaching Style      
  Constructivist Learning  
  The purpose of the course is for students to examine various approaches to the relationship between science and religion and for them to construct THEIR personal positions.  
  Flip Classroom Format  
  Every week students listen to about 2 hours of audio-slide lectures online, and then once a week they come to class for lecture summaries and class discussions for 50 minutes.  
   
  Syllabus & Schedule      
  Fall 2014 Section A1 Tuesday (9:30 to 10:20 AM)
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  Fall 2014 Section X01 Wednesday (5:00 to 5:50 PM)
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  Winter 2015 Section B1 Tuesday (9:30 to 10:20 AM)
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  Quizzettes, Quizzes & Exams      
  CLICK THE GRAY BOX ABOVE ON THE FAR RIGHT  
  Final Exam Short Answer Questions (60% of the exam) are given ahead of time so that students care prepare them throughout the term.  
  Course Materials  
  Class Notes & Class Handouts are online and FREE to download--CLICK THE GRAY BOXES ABOVE  
   
  Registration      
  University of Alberta Students: Register through Bear Tracks.  
  Non-University of Alberta Students: Register with Open Studies  
  University of Alberta Bookstore      
  Class Notes ($20) & Class Handouts ($10) are available in the bookstore.  
  Only purchase the Fall 2014 editions or later.  
  Bookstore Webpage  
  Click 'Textbooks' at the top menu bar & scroll down to CHRTC 350.  
© Denis O. Lamoureux
Last revised 31 July 2014