World Religion 19th and 20th centuries cont.

These traditions revolve around new age or occultism and will conclude our semester in World Religions.

1875 – Theosophical Society

1879 – Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist)

1952 – Scientology

1961 – Unitarian Universalism

1965 – International Society for Krishna Consciousness (Hare Krishna)

1966 – Church of Satan

About Assistant Professor, Humanities

Michael Bobo is a Humanities Assistant Professor with twenty years of teaching experience in Humanities, English as a Second Language, and Religious Studies. Upon completing his B.A. from Vanguard University in History and Political Science, he worked four years in a Refugee Settlement as a teacher and humanitarian aid worker for Sudanese living in Uganda. His many international endeavors for educational and public speaking include England, Israel, Malawi, Mexico, Uganda, South Korea and Sudan. He earned an M.A. in Humanities from California State University at Dominguez Hills and a M.L.A. from Johns Hopkins University. His research interests include: History of Ideas, World Religions, Philosophy of Mind, History of Philosophy, Art History, and Historiography. Mr. Bobo travels often with his wife and son. He also loves reading, watching movies, and having philosophical discussions.
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