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1. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies: Volume > 5 > Issue: 2
David J. Mossley Editorial: diversity, openness and the moral necessity of dialogue
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Ursula King, Darlene L. Bird The Discourse Interview
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Ann Loades Whither Theology and Religious Studies in Ireland and the UK?
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Darlene L. Bird Theology and the Outcomes-Based Curriculum: The Value of ‘Not Knowing’
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Alexander Dolin Sacred Writings of East-Asian Religions in the Context of Comparative Cultural Studies
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John I’Anson, Alison Jasper New Lines of Flight?: Negotiating Religions and Cultures in Gendered Educational Spaces
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Louise J. Lawrence ‘Scribes Trained for the Kingdom of Heaven’: Reflections on Reading ‘The Bible for Politics’ in Community, Secondary and Higher Education Contexts in Scotland
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Christopher J. Panza Instilling Virtue: Weaving the One Thread of Confucius’ Analects
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Annamaria Carusi Some Perplexities of Teaching Philosophy Online
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David J. Mossley Editorial: Paul Tomassi (1963-2005)
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Jonathan Lowe, David J. Mossley The Discourse Interview
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Rob Gleave Web-based Exercises and Benchmarked Skills: A report on the mini-project ‘Creating Web-based Exercises for Theology and Religious Studies Students’
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Christopher Cowley Why Medical Ethics Should Not be Taught by Philosophers
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George MacDonald Ross Kant on Teaching Philosophy
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