Religious Education as Encounter. A Tribute to John M. Hull

by: Siebren Miedema (Hrsg.)

Waxmann Verlag GmbH, 2009

ISBN: 9783830968948 , 151 Pages

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Religious Education as Encounter. A Tribute to John M. Hull


 

Contents

8

Religious Education as Encounter. Introduction

10

1. Introduction

10

2. Short Personal and Intellectual Biography of John M. Hull

11

3. The Content of the Book

13

References

20

Religious Education as Encounter. From Body Worlds to Religious Worlds

22

1. Introduction

22

2. Unconscious Passion?

22

3. The Desire to See

23

4. From Normality to Totality

23

5. The Linguistic Borders of Normality

24

6. Disability Awareness and Faith

25

7. The Learning Curve

26

8. How a Neurologist developed the Concept of Human Worlds

27

9. From Body Worlds to Religious Worlds

31

10. God as a Trans-world Reality

33

References

33

Encounter and Comparison. Complementary Perspectives for Religious Education?

36

1. Introduction

36

2. Encounter and Comparison: Conceptual Analysis

37

3. Mutual Implication of Encounter and Comparison in the Praxis of Religious Education?

40

4. Encounter and Comparison in Research on Religious Education

42

5. Conclusions and Perspectives for the Future

43

References

44

Educating Identity: Toward a Pedagogy of Difference

46

1. Introduction

46

2. Evaluating Rational Evaluation

47

3. Initiation into a Way of Life

49

4. Conclusion

52

References

53

Re-thinking Religious Education in Turkish Schools in the Light of the Contribution by John M. Hull to the Turkish Experience

54

1. Introduction

54

2. Justifications for Religious Education to Become a School Subject in Turkey

56

3. Advances in Religious Education in Turkey

60

4. Summary with Concluding Remarks

62

References

65

Encountering the Self and the Other: Black Christian Education as Inter- ethnic and Anti- racist Discourse

66

1. Introduction

66

2. The Hidden Cost of Belonging in Britain

67

3. The Pathology of Black Rage as a Response to Racialised Othering

67

4. Dubois and Double Consciousness

68

5. The Privileges of being White

69

6. The Black Response to Racism in Britain

70

7. The Importance of Inter-culturality

72

8. White Scholars who have ‘Bucked the Trend’

73

9. The Role of Black Christian Education for Encountering Self and the ‘ Other’

74

10. Black Christian Education for Racial and Ethnic Reconciliation

76

11. Black Christian Education Informed by Black Christology

76

Annexe: Get on the Bus

79

References

82

Encounter as Model for Dialogue in Religious Education

84

1. Dialogue: Fashion and Needs

84

2. Encounter: Rhetoric and Ideal

86

3. The Phenomenon of Encounter

87

4. Formation: Ac-knowledgement of the Other

90

5. Religion: The Structure of Encounter

91

6. Encounter and Dialogue in Religious Education

93

7. Concluding Remarks

94

References

96

The Text and Its Readings: But What About Truth?

100

1. Introduction

100

2. My Introduction to Iblis

101

3. The Human Condition

104

4. The Tragedy of Iblis

106

5. Questions

108

References

109

Religious Education as Encounter with Neighbour Religions

112

1. Introduction: Fundamental Perceptions of a Religious Dimension and Interreligious Encounters

112

2. Encounter with Neighbour Religions

114

3. Christianity and Neighbour-Religions: Hans Jochen Margull’s Position on Interreligious Encounter

117

4. Impulses for the Education of Religion from the Experiences of Ecumenical Dialogue

124

References

127

Encountering ‘Good Practice’ Teacher’s Construction of School’s Identity

130

1. Introduction

130

2. School Ethos in a Field of Tension

131

3. The Biography of Teachers as a Cornerstone

134

4. The Concept of Identity

135

5. Structural Identity Consulation (SIC)

137

6. An Interpretive Approach of Examples of ‘ Good Practice’

140

7. Encounter in Practice and in Narratives

143

8. Encounter in Theory

144

9. Emerging Identity in Awareness and Reflection

146

References

147

List of Authors and Editor

150