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The second plenary session of the 2015 REA annual meeting featured Dr. Fred Edie (Duke Divinity) and Nick Stuart (Odyssey) exploring the power of imagination both within and outside of communities of faith.
Nostra Aetate is a document from the Roman Catholic church that was promulgated as part of Vatican II. This year it is 50 years old, and there have been some wonderful conferences and other events marking that anniversary. Why? Because … Continue reading
Graeme Nixon has written a response to an article published in the January-February 2015 issue of Religious Education, written by Yonah H. Matemba, “Mismatches Between Legislative Policy and School Practice in Religious Education: The Scottish Case.” (Vol. 110, No. 1: 70-94. DOI:10.1080/00344087.2015.989097).
Head over to the annual meeting page for details on how to read RIG papers, arrange transport from O’Hare airport to the hotel, and a host of other useful information.
We congratulate HyeRan Kim-Cragg on her new book with EunYoung Choi in which they explore the reign of God as it is “sown and fulfilled through differences.” Translated from Korean by Lark Kim, The Encounters: Retelling the Bible from Migration … Continue reading
Make sure that you have received the last edition of the Religious Education Journal for 2013! Now is a good time to renew your membership and continue to receive the RE Journal for 2014! As a benefit of membership, you will … Continue reading
APM – Association of Professors of Mission Meeting Announcement and Call for Papers 2014 Annual Meeting June 19–20, University of Northwestern, St. Paul, Minnesota Transforming Teaching for Mission: Educational Theory and Practice CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline: February 15, 2014 The … Continue reading
REA President Yolanda Smith (Yale Divinity School) is featured on Odyssey Networks‘ online series, ON Scripture – The Bible, with her essay Studying the Law As We Study The Word (2 Timothy 2:8-15). The essay is part of this week’s … Continue reading
The August 2013 issue of Teaching Links, the teaching and learning eNewsletter from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion, is now available.
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary has a long tradition of continuing education with a robust program that serves around 2500 learners on an annual basis. Building on this success the Seminary is poised to enhance and expand its offerings in continuing education … Continue reading