Thiel College
Religion
Religion

When studying religion, you will be challenged to reflect on questions that lie at the foundation of a meaningful life – what is the purpose of human existence? What is the nature of the dying, of sin, of grace? What is the final destiny of the individual? – while studying the answers to those questions by some of the most provocative, profound and influential thinkers in human history. Religion classes at Thiel develop students’ abilities to understand complex issues and assess alternative explanations by engaging profound ideas and great minds from the past and present.

By studying religion at Thiel College, you’ll be able to:

  • Learn with dedicated, experienced professors who are active scholars
  • Receive personal attention with small class sizes, typically fewer than 10 students for upper-level courses
  • Learn to be a responsible citizen through participation in religious, political and community organizations
  • Be part of a community of scholars – join Theta Alpha Kappa, the national honor society in religious studies and theology