Zoroastrian Studies Council
Educating for Religious Pluralism
Building bridges between religious communities and councils
The Zoroastrian religion is little known in the United States although it has been an important influence on the development of Judaism, Christianity and Islam in the West and Hinduism and Buddhism in the East. The School of Religion is committed to offering courses to provide graduates who will go on to teach religion at colleges and universities, a thorough grounding in Zoroastrian religious ideas and its relationships with the world’s religious traditions. With the guidance of our Zoroastrian Council we are seeking to bring knowledge of this ancient, yet modern religion to our students.
FMI, contact the School of Religion at 909.621.8085 or firstname.lastname@example.org