Matthusen, Heather Hahn
March 2010
Teaching Ethics;Spring2010, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p21
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on teaching religion through civil discussion. It states that civil discourse represents a primordial ethical act that entails vulnerability for the participants and herein lies the necessity and difficulty of requiring civil discussion in the philosophy of religion. It says that changes to the combination of civil discourse and philosophy of religion in the southern context include topics on evolution and intelligent design.


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