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[US]: Opinion: What’s wrong with world religions education in Augusta County? That it wasn’t taught sooner
[ April 30, 2015 to May 5, 2015. ] Hiroshima, Japan, the City of Peace is proud to serve as the venue for the Second Education for Peace and Interfaith Conference in Asia. With the theme of “Interfaith Dialogue: The Road to Peace,” the three-day international, peer-reviewed event will bring together a diverse cross-section of religions, cultures, communities and nations around the world.
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[ March 1, 2015 to March 15, 2015. ] The Parliament of the World’s Religions invites proposals by March 15, 2015, for programs for presentations at the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah, October 15-19.
Program types may include any of the following:
• academic paper,
• panel discussion,
• religious or spiritual observance,
• training session, or
• artistic performance.
Regular programs [...]
This website, contained within the 'Schools' section of the BBC website, contains numerous worksheets for teachers to use when teaching children about religions. Each of the major world religions is present and the worksheets are available in both PDF and GIF format.
The website offers secular news and photo service devoted to religion and ethics. Website’s first priority is to provide intelligent, objective coverage of all religions – Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Asian religions and private spirituality. It also provides commentary from a diverse array of all points of the political and theological spectrum.
Website offers resources of the world's main faiths and religions from the viewpoint of individuals from each faith and religion. Facts of the religions are featured by experiences of people of different faiths.
Sacred Texts is an interactive online learning environment which provides resources for learning about sacred texts of different religions.
"The flipchart begins by examining a few world religions. Students can make comparisons between them. The focus then shifts to three world religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam."
The aim of Somebody Else's Shoes is “to develop students’ ability to be able to access, express and record their own beliefs; to help students to understand their own beliefs within the context of the beliefs of others; to give the students the opportunity to work on an intensive programme employing critical thinking strategies in [...]