Pedagogical Choices and Consequences

Authors

  • Kate Daley-Bailey University of Georgia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/imre.40986

Keywords:

World Religions Paradigm, theology, critical thinking, Society of Missionary Inquiry, pedagogy, J. Z. Smith, Steven Ramey, Bruce Lincoln, Barbara Walvoord, the Great Divide, liberal arts, higher education, humanities, learning outcomes

Abstract

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Author Biography

Kate Daley-Bailey, University of Georgia

Academic Advisor III

References

Lincoln, Bruce. 2005. “Theses on Method.” Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 17 (1) (March):8–10. doi:10.1163/1570068053429910

Smith, Jonathan Z., and Christopher I. Lehrich. 2013. On Teaching Religion: Essays by Jonathan Z. Smith. New York City: Oxford University Press.

Walvoord, Barbara E. Fassler. 2008. Teaching and Learning in College Introductory Religion Courses. Malden: Blackwell Publishing

Published

2020-12-07

How to Cite

Daley-Bailey, K. (2020). Pedagogical Choices and Consequences. Implicit Religion, 23(1), 63–67. https://doi.org/10.1558/imre.40986

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Section

Special Feature