Teaching values

Downey, William E.
August 1996
Christian Century;8/28/96, Vol. 113 Issue 25, p804
Opinion. Comments that the state of Bradenburg in eastern Germany instituted a course on moral values instead of allowing the church to provide Christian education as part of the regular school curriculum. Controversy of the Bradenburg plan; Opposition of Pope John Paul II; Religion as a problematic issue in a pluralistic and secular culture.


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