1st Edition

Religious Education Philosophical Perspectives

By John Sealey Copyright 1985
    108 Pages
    by Routledge

    104 Pages
    by Routledge

    The majority of books on religious education are written by those who are themselves adherents of particular religious beliefs and such books almost invariably reflect their authors’ religious inclinations. Therefore a critical look at certain key aspects in religious education from a secular point of view was long overview when this title was f

    Preface;  1. A Philosophical Approach to Problems in Religious Education  2. Religion and Knowledge  3. Is It Meaningful to Speak of the ‘Religiously Educated’ Person?  4. Theories of Religious Education  5. Indoctrination, Commitment and Religious Education  6. Teaching Religion  7. Suggestions for Further Reading;  References;  Index


    John Sealey