4 edition of Religious education in context of plurality and pluralism found in the catalog.
Religious education in context of plurality and pluralism
Hope S. Antone
2003 by Published jointly by New Day Publishers and Christian Conference of Asia in Quezon City, Philippines .
Includes bibliographical references (p. -141).
|Statement||Hope s. Antone.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|ISBN 10||9711010917, 9627439290|
|LC Control Number||2003532928|
The overall aims of the Pluralism Project are: 1. To document and better understand the changing contours of American religious demography, focusing especially on those cities and towns where the new plurality has been most evident and discerning the ways in which this plurality is both visible and invisible in American public life. 2. religion in such a context. We saw, for example, that the issue of faith-based schools kind of plurality. Pluralism also refers to a religiously, ethnically, and culturally diverse classes of confessionally distinct religious education according to the diversity of its student body; or they could offer a course in religious education.
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Rethinking Religious Education and Plurality argues for a plural approach to education and will be a valuable resource for students and researchers studying courses in religious education as well as teachers, education advisers and policy by: Religious Education and the Challenge of Pluralism Edited by Adam B.
Seligman. Offers a comparative study of religious education in Muslim, Jewish, Orthodox Christian and secular educational systems; Draws on a wealth of previously unpublished data, including cases never yet studied in the English-speaking world.
Religious Community Religious Education Religious Diversity World Religion Religious Plurality These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by: 'This powerful book clearly fulfils the promise of its title.
It offers a highly interesting, succinct and well-written analysis of the question how religious education should respond to the challenges of social, cultural, and religious plurality in the UK but also, to some degree, in other countries/5(4).
Reviews 'This powerful book clearly fulfils the promise of its title. It offers a highly interesting, succinct and well-written analysis of the question how religious education should respond to the challenges of social, cultural, and religious plurality in the UK but also, to. Plurality and pluralism: a challenge for religious education.
A distinction is suggested between plurality and pluralism. Plurality will be used in a descriptive sense, referring both to the religious plurality which is typical of many modern societies, and to the plurality of modernity by: Plurality has always been a central part of education, but the plural classroom of today is understood as much in terms of culture(s) as in terms of individual or psychological differences.
The Author: Geir Skeie. Russell Chandran, "Ecclesiology in the Context of Religious Pluralism", paper presented in the United Theological College.
Peter Tze Ming Ng, "Towards a New Agenda for Religious Education in a Multi-Cultural Society", in Religious Education, Vol.
8, No. 4, Fall and normative accounts of pluralism. Religious pluralism has at least four different meanings. The first meaning is theological: pluralism assumes that other religious paths are true. Religious education in context of plurality and pluralism book second is sociological: pluralism simply means religious plurality or diversity.
In the third, pluralism is a philosophical school, what is known as value-pluralism in which values are irreducibly plural. Value-pluralism is not per se about religion File Size: KB. But in most national systems of formal education world over, and particularly in the Indian one that inherits the British perspective, religious and moral education has been kept out of school and college education as a guiding principle of the secular state.
How should schools deal with religions in matters of curriculum, procedure and policy. As Western society becomes increasingly multicultural in character, schools must reassess the provision of religious education and look at how they might adapt in order to accommodate students' diverse experiences of plurality.
This book offers a critical view of approaches to. Get this from a library. Religious education in context of plurality and pluralism. [Hope S Antone]. It is under those conditions that the question of religious pluralism becomes a life or death decision, and that is the context for which Christians need answers.
I feel, that the gift of Jesus by God to become the “slain lamb”, that God raised from the dead, and the gift of Jesus’ spirit to the community of those who follow him and his way, these gifts are unique to.
By religious pluralism, we mean the belief that all religions (at least the major, enduring ones) are valid as ways to relate to God. There is nothing unique about Christ; He was one of many influential religious teachers and leaders. 'This powerful book clearly fulfils the promise of its title.
It offers a highly interesting, succinct and well-written analysis of the question how religious education should respond to the challenges of social, cultural, and religious plurality in the UK but also, to some degree, in other countries.
A groundbreaking scholarly work, Deep Religious Pluralism is based on the conviction that the philosophy articulated by Alfred North Whitehead encourages not only religious diversity but deep religious pluralism. Arising from a Center for Process Studies conference at Claremont Graduate University, this book offers an alternative to the version of religious pluralism 5/5(4).
Religious pluralism is part of the context of Thomas H Groome, in his book Christian Religious Education: Sharing our Story and Plurality is also the context of the Alor community. Unfortunately this plurality has also resulted in. One of the basic questions concerning religious pluralism in societies is whether it has a reinforcing or an undermining effect on religiosity of individuals.
The two contradicting hypotheses are on the one hand the ‘market theory’ on the other hand the ‘secularization theory’. According to the ‘market theory’ a vast supply of religions in society also increases the demand for it Author: Detlef Pollack. It has been amply proven in literature, the immense contribution of teaching about religion in increasing religious knowledge, reducing prejudice, and promoting religious pluralism (American.
P luralism is often perceived as a threat to faith, associated with relativism and a loss of religious substance. I take a contrary position. It seems to me that pluralism is good for faith. For several years now, my work as a sociologist has circled around the phenomenon of pluralism.
The result of this preoccupation is a book I published in. Balkans and Eastern Europe: Islam, Dialogue, and Plurality. Audience Broad readership: academics, students, educators, interested public. Editors.
Ednan Aslan is the Chair of Islamic Religious Education in the Centre for Teacher Training and Institute for Islamic Studies at the University of Vienna.
Religious pluralism is basically accepting that all religions are equal, valid, and ultimately lead to God. It is the coexistence of various religions under the same roof, and celebrating the presence of other religions without losing one's own identity. This SpiritualRay post explains this concept further with the help of some examples.
Accordingly, the book presents a theological approach where interaction between religious practitioners is considered a benefit and a necessity for the positive future of religious traditions. It will be of interest to anyone who is interested in the understanding of religious pluralism from the point of view of Christian : Jan-Olav Henriksen.
(c) manifold religions and religion-like movements. Religious Pluralism: (a) an attitude or mentality drawn in the context of religious plurality.
(b) approved principle or normative guidelines for living together within a religious plural society. Consequences of religious plurality in my personal life. Christianity was born amidst religious pluralism; that pluralism has now re-emerged, both as a social reality and a theological issue, in the west.
The issues raised by the existence of other religions are considerable, and would merit books in themselves. This section can hope to identify and engage with only some of the more significant ones. The concept of religious pluralism is not new; it has been discussed in one form or another by past philosophers and theologians of various schools.
However, with the increased interaction between followers of different religions and inter-faith dialogues, religious pluralism has taken a new life in the stream of current thought.
Education is providing experience for students, teachers, counselors and the community to nurture and practice pluralistic thought. The philosophy of pluralism is not restricted to the "purist" educational environment but is being extended to encompass teacher in-service training and community-based involvement and input.
This article outlines how a philosophy of religious education, developed from both theory and practice in the UK context, was given practical implementation in a local syllabus for state‐maintained schools which has had national influence.
The philosophy is that of ‘positive pluralism’ which sees the plurality’ of beliefs and values as a benefit rather than a problem for religious Cited by: 9. IN THIS JOURNAL. Journal Home. Browse Journal. Get this from a library. Rethinking religious education and plurality: issues in diversity and pedagogy.
[Robert Jackson] -- Religions and Education is an argument for a plural as opposed to a secular, approach to education - an approach that accomodates and celebrates religious and cultural diversity and seeks to equip.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Eds. One definition says well: pluralism is an ideological tenor. If plurality describes a fundamental incommensurable difference between two or more parties, if a conflict as such arises is deemed to be irresolvable for lack of a single rule of judgment (Lyotard ), plurality is more than a description of reality.
Clue to Christian Education. This book, along with his editing of Religious Education fromrefined what an open and mutual theological turn could offer to Christian religious education. I will review this “turn to theology” by focusing on articles published in Religious Education during the last fifty years.1 Moreover, I will File Size: KB.
Some consider religious pluralism and religious diversity to be synonyms; That is, pluralism is a simple recognition of the fact that there are many different faith groups active in the country.
Using this definition, religious pluralism is a statistical fact according to data collected by census offices and public opinion pollsters. The term itself suggests only the presence of religious difference, for example typical urban diversity, and infers nothing about equal representation in the context.
Religious pluralism is a value, a cultural or religious ideology which positively welcomes the encounter of religions. It is often characterized as an attitude of openness between. Religious and ethnic diversity have become crucial and pressing concerns in Europe: in particular, the presence of Muslims, their integration, citizenship, and how to deal with the influx of refugees.
Can we draw on the resources of religions and. Many European societies are characterised by increasing forms of secularisation and religious diversity. This results in a paradigm shift with regard to religious education.
For a long time, the main aim of religious education was, clearly, to educate children in their own religious tradition. Today, the aims of religious education are much broader: contributing to pupils’ general education.
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 The topic of religious formation resonates for anyone with a vocational commitment to ecumenical and multi-religious realities today. The topic is: Forming Religious Identity in the Context of Religious Pluralism, and in this paper I will measure the height and depth of this sentence together, within four thematic buckets, reading this topic (like Hebrew) from right to left.
one and the same religion, but also a pronounced pluralism of worldview and secular discourse, which has led Peter Berger to speak of “the two pluralisms“ (). At this point we must differen-tiate between the terms “plurality“ and “plural-ism“.
While religious “plurality“ refers neutrally.Some Christians have argued that religious pluralism is an invalid or self-contradictory concept. Maximal forms of religious pluralism claim that all religions are equally true, or that one religion can be true for some and another for others.
Most Christians hold this idea to be logically impossible from the Principle of contradiction.This cluster synopsis focuses on ‘Pluralism and religious diversity, social cohesion and integration in Europe’, featuring projects funded under the 6th and 7th Framework Pro-grammes for Research.
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