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CEMT 362     God and Nature  (3)

This course examines ways in which Christians have experienced and understood God in relation to the created order. The course focuses specifically on the last five hundred years of Western culture, how the conception of nature has shifted and, with it, ways of conceiving of God. This is juxtaposed with current experiences of nature and the cultural narratives of the American legacy. Particular attention is given to Darwin and theories of evolution, as well as the notion of wilderness in American culture. Some class time will be spent of out of the classroom, on various parts of the Domain.