This book presents a crisis of religion and belief literacy to which education at every level is challenged to respond.
As understanding different religions, beliefs and influences becomes increasingly important, it fills a gap for a resource in bringing together the debates around religious literacy, from theoretical approaches to teaching and policy. Beth Crisp from Deakin University said:
“The muddle that has long characterised policy and practice can be fixed. Adam Dinham proposes a coherent intersectoral framework which acknowledges the complexity of religion and beliefs within societies.”
This timely publication provides a clear pathway for engaging well with religion and belief diversity in public and shared settings.
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