Introduction

Studies of Religion, Level 3, examines the place and function of religious traditions and ethical perspectives in a pluralist society such as Australia within a global context.  This course contributes to identifying religious diversity in Australia, the need for inter-faith dialogue and the current contribution that religious traditions make to cultural respect and social equity.  In such a complex environment of cultural and religious diversity, religious frameworks can impact on essential debates and emerging issues regarding the interface of religion, ethics and society.

TASC Studies of Religion REL315116, Copyright TASC

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