Teaching Darwinian Evolution: Learning from Religious Education

@article{Stolberg2010TeachingDE,
  title={Teaching Darwinian Evolution: Learning from Religious Education},
  author={Tonie L. Stolberg},
  journal={Science \& Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={679-692}
}
This article examines what science education might be able to learn from phenomenological religious education’s attempts to teach classes where students hold a plurality of religious beliefs. Recent statements as to how best to accomplish the central pedagogical concept of ‘learning from religion’ as a vehicle for human transformation are explored, and then used to appraise the historical research into how Charles Darwin’s responses to religious ideas influenced and were influenced by his… Expand
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