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Teaching and Learning about Religion

contents

Religious Studies: The Shaping of a Field and a Guide to Reference Resources,
by Charles H. Lippy
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American History, With and Without Religion: “...the whole truth... so help me God”,
by Edwin S. Gaustad
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The Act and Art of Being Religious,
by Thomas B. Coburn
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Components of Religion: The Case of Islam,
by Frederick M. Denny
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from the editor

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dialogue

Using Genealogy to Teach History,
by Larry Aaron
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on teaching

Teaching State History: Anachronism or Opportunity,
by Rhoda R. Gilman
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lesson plans

Teaching World Religions Through and Ecumenical Council,
by Samuel S. Welker
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Religious Leaders and the Treatment of Poverty,
by Brian Ross
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Religious Leadership of the Civil Rights Movement,
by John Zola, Jaye Zola, and Robert D. LaRue
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A History of the Holocaust,
by Karen L. Riley
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project profile

Teaching Our Common Compact: A New Curriculum on Religious Liberty,
by Charles C. Haynes
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educational resources

Teaching and Learning about Religion: An ERIC/ChESS Sample,
by Vickie J. Schlene
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Classroom Media,
by Ann Henson
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educational resources

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