In Favour of Ethics Education, Against Religious Education

Journal of Philosophy of Education 45 (4):675-688 (2011)
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The questions that I address are: ‘What ought to become of Religious Education (RE)?’ and ‘To what extent do non-religious beliefs belong in RE?’ I will argue that there are compelling reasons for studying religious and non-religious views alongside each other, but that there are serious objections to doing this in the context of any subject called ‘religious education’ and that a new compulsory, national curriculum subject called Ethics would be an appropriate context for such study

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John Tillson
Liverpool Hope University

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