In the Religion Program at Reinhardt University, you will learn about the ways in which different faith traditions have conceptualized God and lived out their faith in an ever-changing, demanding world. Inside and outside of the classroom, you will not only explore your own moral character and spirituality in interaction with faculty and other students, but you will also be challenged to articulate your own religious ideas and values in a way that is relevant to the life of the church and society. Reinhardt is a place where faith, reason, conscience-raising, and commitment to serve others come together as the first milestone of a long life-giving journey.
Three Concentrations Offer Varied Emphasis
Committed to the Christian tradition and the United Methodist Church, the Religion Program at Reinhardt offers three concentrations for you to consider:
- Religious Studies: concentrates primarily on Biblical and Christian theological themes, along with an in-depth study of one other major world religion.
- Christian Vocation - Music: concentrates on the integration of theological studies and music to serve churches in their worship ministry more effectively.
- Christian Vocation - Religious Education: concentrates on the integration of theological studies and education so graduates can serve churches in more effectively in their teaching ministry.
- For more information, please see religion in the School of Arts & Humanities or contact:
Dr. Aquiles E. Martinez
Associate Professor of Religion
School of Arts & Humanities