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Lives of Faith

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Image: Religion is part of our rich tapestry

Religion is part of our rich tapestry

John Dickson makes a case for the importance of Special Religious Education in schools.

Image: The elephants in the (class)room: Why faith-based education has a place in public schools

The elephants in the (class)room: Why faith-based education has a place in public schools

Justine Toh on why she believes faith based religious education has some place in public schools.

Image: Life and Faith: Any room for God in school?

Life and Faith: Any room for God in school?

Life and Faith considers whether we need more or less religion in schools.

Image: Life and Faith: Peter Hitchens

Life and Faith: Peter Hitchens

Peter Hitchens speaks to CPX about belief, morality and the way things are heading in the West

Image: Does a belief in God hold back students?

Does a belief in God hold back students?

Brian Rosner responds to the claim that belief in God is entirely inimical to educational principles

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Public Religion

Peter Vardy talks about religion in the public square and the need for good religious education.

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Education in the ancient world

What was education like in ancient times and how did the Christian faith influence it?

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Religion and education

Jane Caro and Tim Wright discuss the place of religion in the education system.

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Christianity and the university

Stanley Hauwerwas on the importance of studying theology in the secular world.