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Richard Pring

Challenges for Religious Education

Is There a Disconnect Between Faith and Reason?

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Produktdetails

Verlag
Taylor & Francis Ltd.
Erschienen
2019
Sprache
English
Seiten
132
Infos
132 Seiten
ISBN
978-1-00-076169-6

Hauptbeschreibung

Major social changes, especially as a result the more multicultural nature of society, have raised important issues about the teaching of religion and the rational basis of different religious faiths. Challenges for Religious Education addresses and critically examines these changes and asks where religious education and Faith Schools fit within secular society and indeed whether there is still a place for them at all.Analysing what religious education could look like if it were considered from a wider 'world views' perspective that doesn't focus on a particular set of religious beliefs, this book considers the 'reasonableness' of holding a faith and therefore in teaching it; the ongoing tensions between faith and reason; arguments for and against the study of religious education; whether modern secular thought is itself an ideology; and the philosophical standpoints on the relationship between faith and reason.Linking faith and reason with the issue of whether religious education is truly necessary in a modern world, Challenges for Religious Education is a crucial read for anyone interested in the future of religious education teaching in a secular society.

Kurztext / Annotation

Major social changes, especially as a result the more multicultural nature of society, have raised important issues about the teaching of religion and the rational basis of different religious faiths. Challenges for Religious Education addresses and critically examines these changes and asks where religious education and Faith Schools fit within secular society and indeed whether there is still a place for them at all.Analysing what religious education could look like if it were considered from a wider 'world views' perspective that doesn't focus on a particular set of religious beliefs, this book considers the 'reasonableness' of holding a faith and therefore in teaching it; the ongoing tensions between faith and reason; arguments for and against the study of religious education; whether modern secular thought is itself an ideology; and the philosophical standpoints on the relationship between faith and reason.Linking faith and reason with the issue of whether religious education is truly necessary in a modern world, Challenges for Religious Education is a crucial read for anyone interested in the future of religious education teaching in a secular society.