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Comparative Theology in the Millennial Classroom

Comparative Theology in the Millennial Classroom Author Mara Brecht
ISBN-10 9781317512493
Release 2015-12-07
Pages 242
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This volume explores the twenty-first century classroom as a uniquely intergenerational space of religious disaffiliation, and questions about how our work in the classroom can be, and is being, re-imagined for the new generation. The culturally hybrid identity of Millennials shapes their engagement with religious "others" on campus and in the classroom, pushing educators of comparative theology to develop new pedagogical strategies that leverage ways of seeing and interacting with their teachers and classmates. Reflecting on religious traditions such as Islam, Judaism, African Traditional Religions, Hinduism, Christianity, and agnosticism/atheism, this volume theorizes the theological outcomes of current pedagogies and the shifting contours of comparative theological discourse.



Public Theology Religious Diversity and Interreligious Learning

Public Theology  Religious Diversity  and Interreligious Learning Author Manfred L. Pirner
ISBN-10 9780429014185
Release 2018-06-14
Pages 218
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This book describes the relationship of Christian Public Theology to other religions and their ways of contributing to the common good. It also promotes mutual learning processes in public education to strengthen the public role and responsibility of religions in pluralistic societies. This volume brings together not only public education and public theology, but also scholars from a variety of disciplines such as philosophy, cultural studies, and sociology, and from different parts of the world. By doing so, the book intends to widen the horizon and provide fresh impulses for public theology as well as the discourse on public religious education.



Migration Religion and Schooling in Liberal Democratic States

Migration  Religion  and Schooling in Liberal Democratic States Author Bruce A. Collet
ISBN-10 9781317230526
Release 2017-12-15
Pages 178
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Speaking to an increasingly fluid world involving the migration of peoples and cultures, the global resilience of religion, and the role of schooling in fostering liberal democratic values, this book investigates the degree to which secular public schools might facilitate religious migrants’ societal integration. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach which draws from political philosophy, the philosophy of education, and the sociology of religion, Collet argues that public schools in liberal democratic states can best facilitate the pluralistic integration of religious migrant students through adopting policies of recognition and accommodation that are not only reasonable in the light of liberal democratic principles, but also informed in terms of what we understand regarding the natural role religion often plays in acculturation.



God Education and Modern Metaphysics

God  Education  and Modern Metaphysics Author Nigel Tubbs
ISBN-10 9781317753889
Release 2017-05-12
Pages 194
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The Western tradition has long held the view that while it is possible to know that God exists, it nevertheless remains impossible to know what God is. The ineffability of the monotheistic God extends to each of the Abrahamic faiths. In this volume, Tubbs considers Aristotle’s logic of mastery and questions the assumptions upon which God’s ineffability rests. Part I explores the tensions between the philosophical definition of the One as "thought thinking itself" (the Aristotelian concept of noesis noeseos) and the educational vocation of the individual as "know thyself" (gnothi seuton). Identifying vulnerabilities in the logic of mastery, Tubbs puts forth an original logic of education, which he calls modern metaphysics, or a logic of learning and education. Part II explores this new educational logic of the divine as a "logic of tears," as a "dreadful religious teacher," and as a way to cohere the three Abrahamic faiths in an educational concept of monotheism.



Teaching Religion Using Technology in Higher Education

Teaching Religion Using Technology in Higher Education Author John Hilton III
ISBN-10 9781351616584
Release 2018-03-19
Pages 212
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This edited collection helps those teaching religion in higher education utilize technology to increase student learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Recent times have seen major technological shifts that have important implications for how religion is taught at a post-secondary level. Providing multiple perspectives on a range of topics—including social media use and interactive classroom learning —this book presents a series of original case studies and insights on how technology can be used in religion classes in higher education to improve student learning.



Comparing Faithfully

Comparing Faithfully Author Michelle Voss Roberts
ISBN-10 9780823274666
Release 2016-09-01
Pages 304
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Every generation of theologians must respond to its context by rearticulating the central tenets of the faith. Interreligious comparison has been integral to this process from the start of the Christian tradition and is especially salient today. The emerging field of comparative theology, in which close study of another religious tradition yields new questions and categories for theological reflection in the scholar's home tradition, embodies the ecumenical spirit of this moment. This discipline has the potential to enrich systematic theology and, by extension, theological education, at its foundations. This resource for pastors and theology students reconsiders five central doctrines of the Christian faith in light of focused interreligious investigations. The dialogical format of the book builds conversation about the doctrine of God, theodicy, humanity, Christology, and soteriology. Its comparative essays span examples from Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Jain, and Confucian traditions, indigenous Aztec theology, and contemporary "spiritual but not religious" thought, to offer exciting new perspectives on Christian doctrine. The essays in this volume demonstrate that engagement with religious diversity need not be an afterthought in the study of Christian systematic theology; rather, it can be a way into systematic theological thinking. Each section invites students to test theological categories, to consider Christian doctrine in relation to specific comparisons, and to take up comparative study in their own contexts.



Salzburger Theologische Zeitschrift 19 Jahrgang 1 Heft 2015

Salzburger Theologische Zeitschrift  19  Jahrgang  1  Heft 2015 Author Ulrich Winkler
ISBN-10 9783643997968
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Kyru paideia

Kyru paideia Author Xenophon
ISBN-10 9604630040
Release 2007
Pages 988
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Ath naios Deipnosophistai

Ath  naios Deipnosophistai Author Athēnaios (o Naukratitēs)
ISBN-10 9603524379
Release 1997
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