Religious Education and Christian Theologies
Some European Perspectives
2009, 168 pages, E-Book (PDF), 15,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-6670-8
A working group of nine experts from eight countries have worked together for a period of two years with a mandate from the Intereuropean Commission on Church and School (ICCS) and the Comenius-Institut in Münster, Germany. The working process of the group has led to different types of articles. Some reflect group discussions; some are best understood as reports from ongoing projects, while some are theoretical discussions based on work with relevant literature. Together they may inspire various activities in exploring the field of religious education on many levels.
With contributions from Roland Biewald, Germany, Gertud Ide Yversen, Denmark, Juha Luodeslampi, Finland, Valentin Koshuharov, Bulgaria/Russia, Alma Lanser-van der Velde, the Netherlands, Gordon Mitchell, Germany/South Africa, Gaynor Pollard, England, Sturla Sagberg, Norway, Peter Schreiner, Germany and a foreword by Hans Spinder, the Netherlands/Cuba
There is much here to stimulate further thought, particularly about its focal problem - teaching Christianity in dialogue with other faith traditions.
Peter Doble in: British Journal of Religious Education. Vol. 30. No. 1/2008..