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Priorities In Religious Education

Author: Brenda Watson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113572346X
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A collection of articles which look at the future development of religious education in the light of the 1988 Education Reform Act and at how religious education should now develop in schools. It contains practical guidance for meetings and workshops and questions to stimulate further discussion.

Religious Education In The Small Membership Church

Author: Dr. Nancy T. Foltz
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1625640277
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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION IN THE SMALL MEMBERSHIP CHURCH is a comprehensive resource aimed at making religious education more effective all along the line in small churches. From a living ecology of solid theory and proven research, this book develops exciting possibilities and helpful procedures to maximize religious education opportunities in small church settings. Packaged with this volume is a huge wall chart summarizing highly important information on religious education in small membership churches.

Religious Education At Schools In Europe

Author: Martin Rothgangel
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3847002686
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The project “Religious Education at Schools in Europe” (REL-EDU), which is divided up into six volumes (Central Europe, Western Europe, Northern Europe, Southern Europe, South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe), aims to research the situation with regard to religious education in Europe. The second volume outlines the organisational form of religious education in the countries of Western Europe (England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Netherlands). This is done on the basis of thirteen key issues, which allows specific points of comparison between different countries in Europe. Thereby the volume focusses the comparative approach and facilitates further research into specific aspects of the comparison.

Religious Studies In Atlantic Canada

Author: Paul W.R. Bowlby
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 088920361X
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What is “Religious Studies” and what is its future in Atlantic Canada? How have universities founded by Roman Catholic and Protestant denominations, and public universities, differed as they approached the study of religious life and traditions? Religious Studies in Atlantic Canada surveys the history and place of the study of religion within Canadian universities. Following a historical introduction to the public and denominationally founded universities in the Atlantic region, the book situates the departments of religious studies in relation to the distinctive characteristics of the various universities in the region, focusing on curriculum, research and teaching. Bowlby examines the current strengths of the religious studies departments in Atlantic Canada, and where those departments are fragile, i.e., where departments have thrived because of careful long-term planning, as well as where crises of retirements have radically affected the size and strength of departments. In conclusion Bowlby suggests strategies for future survival and growth in the field of religious studies. Religious Studies in Atlantic Canada is the last of a six-part series on the state of the art of religious studies in Canada, a unique account of the regional differences in the development of religious studies in Canada. Written for anyone interested in the teaching of religion as well as the specialist, the book provides an introduction and an overview of religious studies curricula, faculty research, and teaching areas at the region’s universities.

Purpose Directed Theology

Author: Darrell L. Bock
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830876624
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When the stakes are high, evangelicals don't often engage each other well. How should evangelicals grapple with controversial issues? What methods and principles should direct theological conversations, especially when evangelicals from various backgrounds come together? These are the questions Darrell Bock addresses in this important and thoughtful book. Setting his discussion "somewhere between modernism and postmodernism," Bock proposes a way through the philosphical maze. He addresses the concern for theological boundaries but also emhasizes the need to take into account the differing purposes for evangelical denominational and interdenominational institutions, especially scholarly organizations such as the Evangelical Theological Society. Most important, Bock recalls the church's scholars to their mandate for cultural engagement. He warns against diverting our efforts by putting too much energy into intramural controversies and identifies areas of potential cultural impact now opening up to evangelical scholarship. Written by a concerned, informed and visionary leader, this is a book for all those concerned about evangelical theology, scholarship and the church with its missional mandate.

Educational Status Of Muslims

Author: Sekh Rahim Mondal
Publisher: Inter India Publications
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Development and change in a society depends upon high quality of its human resources. Under such a context modern formal education is considered as the most powerful instrument of social transformation. The educational level of Muslim population, particularly of the adult population is deplorable. For various reasons Muslims in Indi are lagging behind modern education and this perpetuates overall backwardness of this community. Their educational status show that even they lag behind the national average of education. This volume is a mastelry exposition of the state of education among the Muslim of Bengal in particular and India in general. it is based on an intensive empirical study of education among Muslim of six villages in three different ecocultural zones of West bengal. it presents an analysis of the state of education among the Muslims including Muslim women and examines the nature and extent of their educational backwardness in different field situations.

Salsa Soul And Spirit

Author: Juana Bordas
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1609941195
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NEW EDITION, REVISED AND UPDATED One of America’s historic strengths is the ability to incorporate aspects from many different cultures to create a stronger whole. Our music, literature, sports, architecture, food, and fashion have all benefitted. But current leadership approaches are overwhelmingly written by White males and remain distressingly Eurocentric. Juana Bordas has set out to change this. In this influential book, she shows how incorporating Latino, Black, and American Indian approaches can enrich leadership and offers a more viable model for our expanding multicultural society.