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"A Profound Unknowing: The Challenge of Religion in the Liberal Education of World Citizens"

Gummer, Natalie
Liberal Education, Vol. 91, No. 2, (Spring 2005)
Topics: Teaching Religion   |   Religion and Academia   |   Student Learning Goals   |   Liberal Arts   |   Religious Diversity

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Discussions of world citizenship that elide the challenge of grappling with religious worldviews expose a covert intolerance at the very core of secularism, calling into question the “liberality” of liberal education. The ethical imperative of engaging with different worldviews not only demands that religions be taught, but also raises questions regarding how religious worldviews should be taught.
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