|Faculty:||Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
|Field of Study:||Religion/Religious Studies
|Description:||Founded in 1921, Concordia's Religious Studies program is historically based in the Lutheran tradition and continues to dedicate itself to critical reflection on the place of Christianity in the world and, consequently, studies the classic texts and thought of the Christian tradition including dialogue with modern culture and other religious traditions.
Our faculty is here to work with students from all points of view, is actively involved in research and lectures, and strives to foster engaging classroom discussions. Indeed, the diversity of the student body lends itself to discussions from many perspectives. Our Graduate Program offers advanced studies and encourages applicants in the areas of Biblical, Theological, Historical and Philosophical studies.