In the class, we want to give opportunity for those who would like to delve into one of the topics and even a related but not yet mentioned topic. For instance, David Boyd plans to address the Christian Revolution in Music. We would be delighted to have folks address the class on The Christian Revolution and … Art, or Architecture, Law, or Literature, or other areas of your interest.
There is also room for those wishing to delve deeper into the various topics listed, such as focusing on learning in the Middle Ages, or, for instance, reviewing Peter Harrison’s new book below. (Professor Peter Harrison is the Gifford Lecturer for 2011.) Another book of interest in this area would be Ronald Numbers new book called Galileo Goes to Jail: and Other Myths about Science and Religion (Harvard Press, 2009).