abortion -- religious aspects
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A course by Charles Bellinger at Texas Christian University examines abortion "from various angles: medical, psychological, philosophical, legal, and religious."
A 2000 course by Katie Cannon at Temple University introduces "students to some of the central aspects of African Traditional Religion(s) presented in selected, influential studies by African scholars of religion. Utilizing interdisciplinary and multi-methodological approaches, . . . [examines] the profile of religious plurality in Africa and pursue reading in the literature of the field."
A 2002 course by Joel Tishken at Southwestern University "surveys the history of Christianity in Africa from the advent of various North African churches in the ancient era, to the growth of Afro-Christian Churches in the contemporary era."
A course by Teresia Hinga at DePaul University analyzes "the impact of colonialism in Africa and the response of the colonized to the phenomenon . . . [especially] the role of religion both in the process of colonizing Africa as well as in the processes of resistance."