Dunn, Jeffery W.
January 2013
Philosophical Studies in Education;2013, Vol. 44, p100
Academic Journal
The article examines whether religious education plays a role in the promotion of harmonious international relations. Christian theologian Hans Kung argues in his book "Judaism: Between Yesterday and Tomorrow" that there will be no peace between nations if there will be no peace between religions. However, democratic societies, which observe a separation of religion and state, are weary of introducing religious education in public institutions of learning.


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