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DEFEATING THE EVIL-GOD CHALLENGE 

Dr Jack Symes is a public philosopher and writer. He is Producer of The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast and Editor of the Bloomsbury series Talking about Philosophy.
www.jacksymes.co.uk and...

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WITCH AND WITCHCRAFT AS A WORLDVIEW 

Dr Maggie Webster is the Course Lead for BA (hons) in Religion and a Senior Lecturer in Education and Religion at Edge Hill University.
@maggiewebster (the digital witchdoctor) and [email protected]

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Resources for teaching and learning argumentation in science and RE

Oxford Argumentation in Religion and Science

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A different look at Buddhism

Compiled by Dr Rachael Jackson-Royal, HoD of RE and a member of the NATRE Executive. She can be co tacted at:

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Reason or religion? A medieval answer to a recurring question

Compiled by Dr Rachael Jackson-Royal, HoD of RE and a member of the NATRE Executive. She can be co tacted at:
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Academic rigour and personal transformation through reflection.

This research update discusses two current projects of interest to teachers. ‘After Religious Education’, led by Dr David Lewin, focuses on some of the most significant issues currently facing the subject. In its...

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Research update

This research update firstly discusses the work of John Ruskin. In particular, his belief that education should
involve teaching children to see, and also how he wrestled with his religious beliefs throughout...

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Research update

Compiled by Rachael Jackson-Royal, Head of RE and a member of the NATRE Executive. [email protected]

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Research update

This research update contains information on research being undertaken connecting Christianity to animal ethics, as well as an update on the RE Teachers and Character Project. The first article discusses the work of...

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Research update

This research update is particularly useful for secondary school teachers as it focuses on resources for the A level. The first article discusses how the apophatic and cataphatic ways of approaching God are entwined...

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Research update

This research update is particularly useful for secondary school teachers as it focuses on resources for the A level and GCSE that are based on current research. The first article discusses the unique contributions...

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Research update

Compiled by Rachael Jackson-Royal This research update is particularly useful for ITE providers (especially in the primary sector) as well as teachers focusing on religious experience or even religious language. In the...
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Research Update

This research update is particularly useful for those teachers who are teaching the GCSE. The first article provides readers with a way of teaching Hinduism and Buddhism through the method of dialogue, especially as...

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Research update – Philosophical, religious and scientific perspectives on miracles

Compiled by Doctor Rachael Jackson-Royal, Head of RE at King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham, and a member of the NATRE Executive. Richard Dawkins once remarked that ‘the nineteenth century is the last time...
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Research update – Dialogic RE: developing cumulative talk and exploratory talk

Compiled by Doctor Rachael Jackson-Royal, Head of RE at King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham, and a member of the NATRE Executive. Towards the end of a 30-year career I stumbled across, almost literally, an...
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Research update – Research into spirituality and autistic persons at the University of Birmingham

Hayrunisa Pelge of the University of Birmingham is currently undertaking a doctorate looking at spirituality and autistic persons, focusing particularly on the role that spirituality plays in the lives of autistic...