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The catalog contains a list of courses and their descriptions. The curricula of the college will change to
meet the needs of students, so please check the catalog regularly. Below is a listing of classes under development,
but currently you may try a sample class for free.
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the cultures of the Bible. Archaeological, ethnological,
geographical, and historical approaches to the study of the Bible are integrated to examine the civilizations of the
This course is a survey of the history of Biblical lands and peoples. The chronology is from c. 2000 BC to AD 150.
The study of the culture, geography, politics, and religion of the Bible make up this fascinating journey through the history
of the best-selling book the world has ever known.
This course is a primer in the study of the werewolf and related creatures. Topics covered include cultural occurences,
sightings, and the history of lycanthropy.
Maleficology is the scholarly study of witchcraft. The approach combines historical and ethnological methodology.
This course will introduce the student to the nature, dispersal, and history of witchcraft in the world.
The vampire is yet another perennial feature in human belief systems. Most of us are familiar in some manner with
this creature from folklore who feeds on the life force of others. This course is designed to introduce the student
to the vampire, its nature, behavior, and history.
This sample course is a brief synopsis of the basic elements of tradtional Roman religion.
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The course is designed to familiarize the student with the universal features of the world's religions. Emphasis
is on the "connective tissue" in human religious traditions.
As the name suggests, demonology is the scholarly study of demons. This course introduces the student to the origins,
history, nature, and present status of demons in the world. Topics also include related theology, demons in other cultures,
A survey of the most influential mythological traditions of Western civilization. These include the Greeks, Romans,
Celts, Franks, and Norse.
This course is a survey of the major mythological traditions of the world. The chronology spans prehistory to the
present. Mythologies include Mesopotamian, Indian, Egyptian, Chinese, Greek, Roman, Celtic, Norse, Native American,
Aztec, Mayan, South American, and Oceanic.