Religious education and R Guide - Resources and Review

Collection of resources for religious education, covering a wide range of different faiths including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.
A UK ecumenical educational charity whose aims are to support religious education in schools and to increase awareness of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural dimensions of the curriculum.
Information about the student group which offers a liberal and ecumenical approach to the challenges and questions of the Christian faith. Provides information on events, conferences and publications.
Alphabetical listing of religious groups from around the world, ranging from Adidam to Zoroastrianism. Profiles summarise the history, beliefs, and contemporary issues associated with the various orders. Additional information is available in the form of Web pages and bibliographies.
Index of links about religion. Includes philosophy, general Christianity, early Christianity, medieval Christianity, reformation studies, Anglicanism, Mormonism, Judaism, Islam and world religions.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of religious studies. Includes studies of mythology and religion in Ancient Greece, comparative religion, world religions and religion in the United States.
Subject centre aiming to establish and support a network of academic practitioners, identify and promote information on good practices of learning, teaching and assessment, and create opportunities for professional development in the field of philosophical and religious studies.
An index of resources for religious studies. Includes Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Gnostic and Coptic Studies, eastern religions, and Native American religions.
Information on religions worldwide, aimed at secondary school pupils. Covers Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism, and offers resources for teachers such as project ideas.
A large index to Internet resources, divided into headings, such as literature, culture, gender issues, minorities and religious studies, as well as more common humanities subjects.
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