Tag Archives: New Testament
[ January 11, 2014 to February 1, 2014. ] The Center for the Study of Christianity at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellowship in one of the following areas of study:
New Testament, Early Christianity, its literature and Jewish context
Christianity in Palestine/Eretz-Israel (in all fields and throughout its entire history)
What the CSC is offering:
The successful candidate will [...]
Curriculum Guidelines for Religious Education The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A.
These guidelines advise how to teach about the Orthodox Christian Faith. Emphasis is placed upon demonstrating the connection of this religion to people’s lives and not just teaching the facts and history about the religion.
National Qualifications Curriculum Support: Religious, Moral, and Philosophical Studies Morality in the Modern World: Christianity
The purpose of these study notes is to allow you to make sense of the debate surrounding all of these issues and enable you to begin to articulate an intelligent response having weighed up the evidence in a systematic manner.
This website provides a curriculum framework for religious education for each grade. Topics covered include Catholic holidays, good religious practices, Catholic values/principles, and the importance of the Catholic community.
Requirements for Elective Courses on the Bible’s Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) and New Testament and Their Impact on the History and Literature of Western Civilization
This document outlines the requirements for classes that teach about the Old Testament, New Testament, and the impact of them on the history and literature of Western civilization.
This Norwegian document provides an overview of how to teach the subject of Religion, Christianity, and Ethic. Even though this resource is not a syllabus with specific study materials, it does list the specific aims/goals teachers should teach students at certain ages, thereby providing a foundation on which to focus the syllabi.