Foreword by Julian Stern ix Stephen Parker, Rob Freathy and Leslie J. Francis Introduction 1 Part i Historical Perspectives 5 Rob Freathy and Stephen Parker (england) 1 Freedom from Religious Beliefs: Humanists and Religious Education in England in the 1960s and 1970s 7 Lorna M. A. Bowman (canada) 2 Freedom of Religion and Publicly Funded Religious Schools in Canada 29 Dzintra Iliško (latvia) 3 Religious Freedom in a Democratic Latvia 47 Peta Goldburg (australia) 4 Religious Education: A Foundation for Freedom of Religion and Belief 61 vi Part ii Theoretical Perspectives 79 Jef f Astley (england) 5 Can We Choose our Beliefs? A Philosophical Question for Religious Education 81 Petro du Preez (south africa) 6 Toward a Curriculum for Morality, Human Rights and the Freedom of Religion(s) and Belief(s) 95 Mario O. D’Souza (canada) 7 Pluralist Societies, First Principles, and the Freedom of Religion and Belief 113 Karin Nordström (Sweden) 8 Can We Educate for Freedom? Ethical Perspectives on the Pedagogic Paradox 131 Brian Gates (England) 9 How Far is the Notion of ‘Conscience’ Redundant and ‘Consciencing’ a Better Alternative? 151 Manfred L. Pirner (germany) 10 Freedom of Religion and Belief in Religious Schools? Toward a Multi-perspective Theory 167 vii Part iii Empirical Perspectives 193 René Ferguson (south africa) 11 Communities of Practice: Encountering the Unexpected in Narratives of Religious Diversity 195 Kevin O’Grady (england) 12 Freedom of Belief for English Religious Education Pupils: Some Findings from the Warwick REDCo Community of Practice 217 Jan Grajczonek...
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