Oxford Drops 800-Year-Old Tradition: Required Christian Study
April 5, 2016
One of the world's oldest universities is making a major change to an 800-year-old tradition.
Oxford announced it will allow its undergraduate theology students to skip studying Christianity after the first year. Instead, they can swap in subjects like feminism, Buddhism, Islam and even mysticism.
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