Introductory course to primary religious traditions, the various Christian theological responses to those religions, and ways to promote dialog among the traditions.

This course examines the various uses and interpretations by Quakers of the Bible throughout their history and engages central issues such as history of interpretation, hermeneutics, and the authority of Scripture. The course will also engage the question of whether there is an historical Quaker core and what makes a reading of the Bible Quaker in today's context.