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Religious education and pupils from ‘mixed-faith’ families

By Elisabeth Arweck and Eleanor Nesbitt


The world of religion "as it is lived", so to speak, is much more complex than that presented often in text books and classrooms. As such, a recent major piece of research – into British "mixed faith" families – has some important implications for those who want to provide a form of RE that is both accurate and sensitive to the needs of today‟s children and the communities to which they belong

Topics: BV1460, HM
Publisher: RE Today Services
Year: 2010
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