2 edition of Religious education and the imagination found in the catalog.
Religious education and the imagination
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|Statement||editors, Molly F. Tickner, Derek H. Webster.|
|Series||Aspects of education ;, no. 28|
|Contributions||Tickner, Molly F., Webster, Derek H.|
|LC Classifications||L16 .A75 no. 28, BL42 .A75 no. 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||83147930|
“Imagine this, teachers, and experience it through reading this book: Set aside, for a moment, the fast pace and quantitative judgments that shape so much of contemporary education. Encounter biblical texts, poems, and works of art that help you to see what you do every day with new eyes. Hear down-to-earth stories from other teachers. This book isn't light reading; it's a foundational text covering the fundamentals of public education as well as the effects on curriculum, policy, climate, teachers, and students. Though published in the 90s, sadly, many of the issues he examines, such as /5(8).
The theme is an inquiry into the possibility of a cognitive role for imagination in the specific area of the God-question. This theme is clearly fundamental to much of the use and theory of religious language and it is properly philosophical. In Teaching and Christian Imagination, experienced teachers David Smith and Susan Felch offer an energizing Christian vision for the art of teaching, encouraging teacher-readers to reanimate their work by imagining it differently. Smith and Felch, along with Barbara Carvill, Kurt Schaefer, Timothy Steele, and John Witvliet, creatively use three metaphors—journeys and pilgrimages, gardens and.
Religious Education The official journal of the Religious Education Association Publishes interfaith research on religious education, including educational theory, character education, spiritual and cultural issues in education. Market globalization, technology, climate change, and postcolonial political forces are together forging a new, more modern world. However, caught up in the mix are some powerful religious narratives that are galvanizing peoples and reimagining – and sometimes stifling – the political and social order. Some are repressive, fundamentalist imaginations, such as the so-called Islamic.
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Converting the Imagination: Teaching to Recover Jesus' Vision for Fullness of Life (Horizons in Religious Education) Patrick R. Manning. Paperback. $ The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race Willie James Jennings.
out of 5 stars by: 1. "In this thought-provoking book--a must-read for all who are interested in the intersection of faith, pastoral practice, and contemporary culture--Dr. Manning shows how present-day Christian religious educators can tap the imagination to foster conversation and Author: Patrick R.
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Teaching and Religious Imagination: An Essay in the Theology of Teaching/5(3). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 21 cm. Contents: Teaching transcendence / J.
Priestley --Lancaster religious education / D. Bates --The Crucifixion as a work of art / D. Hawkins --Visual aids and the religious imagination / E. Robinson --Images for life?/ J.
For a truly religious person, faith is no settled world view or place or comfortable station. The most powerful metaphors in the Judeo-Christian tradition are metaphors of the way, the journey, the exodus, the road, the ation and faith make unnecessary self-conscious posturing.
EDITORIAL: IMAGINATION AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION The philosopher and educator Maxine Greene, in her () book Releasing the Imagination: Essays on Education, the Arts, and Social Change, wrote that “the role of imagination is not to resolve, not to pointtheway,awaken,todisclosetheordinarily unseen, unheard, and unexpected.
Religious Education and the Imagination Another write up of one of the 7*7*7 presentations (7 topics, 7 speakers, 7 minutes) from last year’s Anglican Schools Australia conference in Hobart.
The question of how to engage all students in the beauty of the Christian life, is one that many of us who teach Religious Education have spent time. The Aesthetic Dimension of Religious Education. Harris's most distinctive and significant contribution to religious education was her focus on its aesthetic dimension, with her book, Teaching and Religious Imagination, as the fullest articulation of a central interest that she first pursued in depth in her doctoral work at Union Theological Seminary.
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Catechetical Programs | Sadlier Religion Contact Us Find a Sales Rep Augsburg Books, - Religion - pages 1 Review A practical yet innovative approach to religious education -- becoming childlike in order to teach Play invites us to consider spiritual development as a process in which the creative spirit is alive in the education of both young and old.5/5(1).
Online education does not mean less of a quality religious education. Our lessons are some of the most complete and through ones ever produced. Our accountability features will empower you to ensure that your students are truly spend quality time on each and every lesson. Teaching and Religious Imagination book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Harris helps teachers discover their own creative resou /5(13). “In this thought-provoking book—a must-read for all who are interested in the intersection of faith, pastoral practice, and contemporary culture—Dr.
Manning shows how present-day Christian religious educators can tap the imagination to foster conversation. Print book: English: 1st edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Teaching -- Religious aspects -- Christianity. Imagination. Education -- Philosophy. View all subjects; More like this: User lists; Similar Items. The book explores the interconnecting themes of embodiment and incarnation, faith and imagination, and the similarities and differences between art and theology.
Arguing for a critique that begins with art and moves to theology, 'Explorations in Art, Theology and Imagination' offers a radical re-evaluation of the role of art in Christian discourse. Politics and the Religious Imagination is the product of a group of interdisciplinary scholars each analyzing the connections between religious narratives and the construction of regional and global politics, combining a set of theoretical and philosophic insights with several case studies that represent varied geographies and religious customs.
The role of Religious Education in secondary schools is the subject of national and international debate. This book examines the current debates surrounding RE and puts forward a new approach to teaching the subject that is non-faith based and focused on conceptual enquiry and the development of a clear pedagogy.
Reading a book uses the imagination and this in turn develops our creativity. Of course, the key to developing your imagination when reading a book, is the level of interest you have in the content. The more you are totally absorbed in a book, the more it will stimulate your imagination and help your creativity.
Religious education is the term given to education concerned with may refer to education provided by a church or religious organization, for instruction in doctrine and faith, or for education in various aspects of religion, but without explicitly religious or moral aims, e.g. in a school or term is often known as religious studies.
Imagination here should be understood as fancy or escapism becau But the book is also an indirect counterpoint to the, at times, over-intellectualized ‘biblical worldview movement’, for it clearly acknowledges that we need more than beliefs and techniques, but a renewed mind and imagination/5(5).
My book Problems of Religious Luck: Assessing the Limits of Reasonable Religious Disagreement () engages imagination studies in its critique of fundamentalist religiosity. For empirical support I draw upon the psychologically-informed work of Rachel E.
Fraser (), which involves “source monitoring” studies and their implications for.Groome, a keynote speaker at the same conference addressed by Professor McLaughlin, is a laicised priest, prolific author of RE books and professor of theology and religious education at Boston.