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Students studying theology explore faith, religions, their meaning and impact on society, and how they vary by culture and region. Students drawn to philosophy, history, and anthropology can integrate these subjects by taking on challenging questions posed by the study of religion.
In studying the nature of the divine, students hone their critical thinking and debating skills, learn to contemplate long-standing metaphysical quandaries, and formulate a code of ethics. Students can examine earthly topics, such as how persistent violence/warfare affects religious institutions, or how different religious doctrines influence educational development, or ethereal matters, such as the origin of evil, or whether divinity exists outside of the minds of religious individuals. A mentorship in theology helps students develop their critical thinking, debate, analytical, and writing skills.