Multidimensional competence and the space between faith formation and scripture study
Bowie, B. 2021. Multidimensional competence and the space between faith formation and scripture study. in: Catholic education: A lifelong journey Dubin, Ireland Veritas. pp. 261-272
This chapter identifies aspects of the relationship between the formal education of religion in English state-funded schools, which we might generally frame as a secular study of religion, including the study of mainly a single-faith tradition in English state-funded Christian schools, and the community formation (informal or non-formal) learning that is associated with the passing on of religious faith that happens in homes, parish church groups and retreat contexts. This chapter reviews two strands of research. One strand is a series of studies exploring the teaching of scripture in English Religious Education school contexts. The other strand contains projects that explored aspects of faith formation and spiritual development. This chapter draws on insights from these two strands.
|Keywords||Formation; Faith; Scripture; Spiritual development|
|Book title||Catholic education: A lifelong journey|
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|Place of publication||Dubin, Ireland|
|01 Jul 2021|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||15 Jan 2021|
|Deposited||06 Jul 2021|
Bowie, R., ‘Stepping into Sacred Texts: How the Jesuits Taught Me to Read the Bible’, in A. Voss & S. Wilson (eds), Reenchanting the Academy, Seattle, WA: Rubedo Press, 2017, pp.139–156.
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