Being Christian in Education

Faith Perspectives on Practice and Policy

Howard Worsley (Editor), Hazel Bryan (Editor)

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Abstract

Experienced practitioners, theologians and academics reflect on the Christian voice as it engages in education today.

At a time of national uncertainty for RE, questions about faith-based schools and the place of religious belief in the public arena, this volume is a resource for school and university teachers, head teachers, chaplains, governors, diocesan officers, concerned parents educationalists.

It offers:

* a frank discussion about the tensions in bringing faith into the open in current educational contexts.
* theological reflection of Christian engagement in the public place
* a creative exploration of the future for Christian engagement in education.

It also considers the tensions inherent in practising Christian faith within a secular context and in multi-faith contexts. It aims to generate new confidence that will encourage the practice and contribution of faith-based thinking in schools.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby has lent his support to this publication which has been greatly appreciated by the authors.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNorwich
PublisherCanterbury Press
Number of pages256
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781848257528 , 184825752X
Publication statusPublished - 2 Nov 2015
Externally publishedYes

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Worsley, H., & Bryan, H. (Eds.) (2015). Being Christian in Education: Faith Perspectives on Practice and Policy. (1 ed.) Norwich: Canterbury Press .
Worsley, Howard (Editor) ; Bryan, Hazel (Editor). / Being Christian in Education : Faith Perspectives on Practice and Policy. 1 ed. Norwich : Canterbury Press , 2015. 256 p.
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