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* [[wikipedia:Bethel University|Bethel University]] offers a course on the theology of Middle-earth.  
 
* [[wikipedia:Bethel University|Bethel University]] offers a course on the theology of Middle-earth.  
* [[wikipedia:Cardiff Centre for Lifelong|Cardiff Centre for Lifelong]] offers a course on the literature of Tolkien and how it relates to his understanding of earlier fantasy literature.<ref>[http://www.cf.ac.uk/learn/english/exploring_tolkien.php Exploring Tolkien: There and Back Again]</ref>
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* Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning offers a course on the literature of Tolkien and how it relates to his understanding of earlier fantasy literature.<ref>[http://www.cf.ac.uk/learn/english/exploring_tolkien.php Exploring Tolkien: There and Back Again]</ref>
 
* [[wikipedia:Rutgers University|Rutgers University]] offers a course on Christian elements found in ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]''.<ref>[http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~wcd/tolkien.htm English 321: Tolkien & Oxford Christianity]</ref>
 
* [[wikipedia:Rutgers University|Rutgers University]] offers a course on Christian elements found in ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]''.<ref>[http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~wcd/tolkien.htm English 321: Tolkien & Oxford Christianity]</ref>
  

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For the journal see Tolkien Studies

Tolkien studies is the scholarly research of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien this includes this fictional literature and languages and his philolgist research.

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Literature

Christianity

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Courses

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  • Bethel University offers a course on the theology of Middle-earth.
  • Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning offers a course on the literature of Tolkien and how it relates to his understanding of earlier fantasy literature.[1]
  • Rutgers University offers a course on Christian elements found in The Lord of the Rings.[2]

See Also

References

  1. Exploring Tolkien: There and Back Again
  2. English 321: Tolkien & Oxford Christianity