The Spiritual Heritage of the Human Race: An Introduction to the Study of World Religions was taught by Dr. Suheil Bushrui (1929-2015), Kahlil Gibran Chair for Values and Peace. Prof. Bushrui was for many, many years one of the top-rated professors in the Honors College. We miss him very much. In this course, the study of religion is undertaken from the perspective of the existence of a spiritual heritage common to all humanity. It postulates that recognition and understanding of this heritage is required to realize the goals of unity, cooperation, and peace. Students study religious experience from a multi-cultural and global perspective, and the attempts throughout the centuries to know “the unknowable.” From the resulting codification of the truths common to all religions, efforts can be undertaken towards evolving a global code of ethics that incorporates all that is best in humanity’s shared spiritual heritage.