Teaching Theology and Religion 21:3 (July 2018)
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Responses to Lucretia B. Yaghjian’s “Pedagogical Challenges in Teaching ESOL/Multilingual Writers in Theological Education”
Steed Vernyl Davidson, Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook (with Ahsah Kyuelna and Angela Wendy Tankersley), Hyo-Dong Lee, and Carmen M. Nanko-Fernández
The Baltimore Mural Project: An Approach to Threshold Concepts in Religious Studies
Harold Morales and Mark Barnes
Moral Injury and the Ethics of Teaching Tainted Legacies
Karen V. Guth
IN THE CLASSROOM
Toward Understanding the New Testament as Oral Literature
Andrew B. Irvine
The Interpreter’s Role in Shaping Biblical Texts
Katherine A. Shaner
Using Virtual Reality and 360-Degree Video in the Religious Studies Classroom: An Experiment
Christopher D. L. Johnson