Top Ten Articles in Religious Education

Taylor and Francis has made the top ten articles in Religious Education free for downloading for the rest of July. A couple of articles address neuroscience (including my own) and others deal with youth ministry, religious education, media and a host of other topics

Click to access UREA.pdf

Religious Education
Free Access to the Top Articles From 2011-2012
Religious Education, the journal of the Religious Education Association,
offers an interfaith forum for exploring religious identity, formation, and
education in faith communities, academic disciplines and institutions, and
public life and the global community. Three forums focus on this response:
Religious Education in Faith Communities, focusing on religious education
in local faith communities and within and by denominational/religious bodies on regional, national, and international levels.
Religious Education in Public Life and the Global Community, focusing on
the role of religious education in the interest of the common good as well
as stimulating inter-religious education and conversation.
Religious Education in Academic Disciplines and Institutions, focusing on
the advancement of scholarship in religious education through schools, colleges, universities, and graduate schools of religion.

2010 Presidential Address: Learning Religion and Religiously Learning Amid Global Cultural Flows
Mary E. Hess
Islam and Muslims in U.S. Public Schools Since September 11, 2001
Liz Jackson
Still Developing: Teenagers, Brains, and the Arts
Claire Annelise Smith
Effective Teachers/Inspired Students: The Critical Role of Teachers in Yeshiva High Schools
Chana Tannenbaum
Healing the Wounds: St. Augustine, Catechesis, and Religious Education Today
Leonardo Franchi
Religious Education in England After 9/11
Daniel Moulin
Catechesis and Religious Education in Canadian Catholic Schools
Richard Rymarz
Developing a Framework for Research on Religious Identity Development of Highly Committed Adolescents
Elsbeth Visser-Vogel, Janneke Westerink, Jos de Kock, Marcel Barnard, Cok Bakker
Brain Matters: Neuroscience And Creativity
Dean G. Blevins
Interreligious Education: What Would Dewey Do?
Aaron J. Ghiloni

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About Dean G. Blevins

Dr. Dean G. Blevins currently serves as Professor of Practical Theology and Christian Discipleship at Nazarene Theological Seminary. An ordained elder, Dean has ministered in diverse settings and currently also serves at the USA Regional Education Coordinator for the Church of the Nazarene. A prolific author, Dr. Blevins recently co-wrote the textbook Discovering Discipleship and edits Didache: Faithful Teaching, a journal for Wesleyan Education.
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