An historical analysis of religious education in the public sphere -- The root of the problem -- Three influential theoretical positions -- Some contemporary responses to old problems -- Addressing assumptions -- Reconceptualising education -- What does it mean to be religious? -- New possibilities for religious education? -- What should religious education aim to achieve in the public sphere? -- Practical considerations : what might this mean for the teacher? -- Epilogue and some practical considerations : what might this mean for a religious education curriculum?
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