Law of God: For Study at Home and School

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Do you agree with Professor Stephen Prothero that public schools "have always been a place where we inculcated this religious sensibility and where we made the connection between Christianity and morality and citizenship"? Should they be? Are there other sources of morality besides religion? Why did some Protestants fear the prospect of a Catholic president? What did John F. Kennedy do to address their concerns, and what did he say to try to convince them otherwise?

What relevance do you think the debates about religion in the presidential campaign have for politics today?

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Analyze the moral vocabulary of Martin Luther King Jr. What meaning does he give them? What religious reasoning does he employ? How is his language different from the political discourse of the time? What are the themes of the Exodus story, and where do you see them played out in the history of America and in the episodes of God in America? A commitment to religiously rooted nonviolence was arguably the civil rights movement's most powerful tool for social reform. What became of nonviolent change after the death of Martin Luther King Jr.

The life, death and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. What is he saying about the significance of religion for the civil rights movement? How did the civil rights movement demonstrate the public power of religion in America? Jonathan Bass. Vitale Changed America by Bruce J. Research and Education Institute Stanford is the home of the King Papers Project, an effort to publish a definitive volume edition of King's most significant correspondence, sermons, speeches, writings and unpublished manuscripts. Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change Based in Atlanta, the center is dedicated to research, education and training in the principles, philosophy and methods of nonviolence.

First Amendment Center A nonpartisan forum that provides education and information to the public and groups including scholars and legal experts, educators, government policy makers, and students. Wheaton College: Billy Graham Center Archives Online exhibits, photographs, oral history collections and a searchable database. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum.

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Supreme Court on the relationship between religion and public schools in America. Supreme Court to test the constitutionality of religious expression in public schools, and civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. This is beyond all question a utilization of the tax-established and tax-supported public school system to aid religious groups to spread their faith, and it falls squarely under the ban of the First Amendment. To hold that a state cannot … utilize its public school system to aid any or all religious faiths or sects in the dissemination of their doctrines and ideals does not, as counsel urges, manifest a governmental hostility to religion or religious teachings.

A manifestation of such hostility would be at war with our national tradition as embodied in the First Amendment's guaranty of the free exercise of religion.

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For the First Amendment rests upon the premise that both religion and government can best work to achieve their lofty aims if each is left free from the other within its respective sphere. I believe in an America that is officially neither Catholic, Protestant, nor Jewish; where no public official either requests or accepts instructions on public policy from the pope, the National Council of Churches, or any other ecclesiastical source; where no religious body seeks to impose its will directly or indirectly upon the general populace or the public acts of its officials; and where religious liberty is so indivisible that an act against one church is treated as an act against all.

I am not the Catholic candidate for president. I am the Democratic Party's candidate for president, who happens also to be a Catholic. I do not speak for my church on public matters, and the church does not speak for me. As I take this exam, bring back to my mind everything I studied and be gracious with what I have overlooked. Help me to remain focussed and calm, confident in the facts and in my ability, and firm in the knowledge that no matter what happens today you are there with me.

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Wherever the Salesians work, our mission is the same. Be a friend to all young people and to Christ. Volunteering gives individuals the chance to explore avenues that would not usually be open to them. Today, many lay people from all walks of life are attracted by the Salesian spirit,and work with great generosity for young people in differing situations.

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Prayer for Preparation to Study Lord, I know you are with me and love me. This book would be useful to start a conversation at an adult level.

Although it may not be useful in the primary classroom it does raise interesting points and examines different aspects of the argument, which could be used in upper high school English or Arts subjects. This book made me think and made me question and re-examine my own ideas and experiences, which I hope my students would also learn. This book is a great read that I recommend all teachers as a start to a conversation about religion in schools.

Marion Maddox's examination of the role of state funding of religion in Australian schools is scrupulously researched and passionately argued and is essential reading for all Australians.

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Maddox is a theologian and is mystified by the ignorance and indifference shown by the majority of Australians to the steady erosion of secular education in Australia. She outlines the history of secular education reforms back to the nineteenth century, when Christians were concerned about sectarian divisions and realised that the only way to achieve a unified education system was to leave religion out of schools. Maddox outlines how, particularly with the advance of neoliberal economic theories and under the banner of a spurious notion of 'choice', state funding has steadily increased for private religious schools, divisive rather than inclusive programs of religious 'education' have entered state primary schools and the chaplaincy program has provided further inroads into schools for churches keen to make more disciples.

In many ways Australians are indeed largely indifferent to religion but that indifference plays host to an apathy that has masked awareness of what exactly goes on in schools when it comes to religion. This book should be compulsory reading for all politicians and all parents, but really it's for everyone as we're all taxpayers and we should be aware of exactly how that money is being spent. Blair, Melbourne High School. For Maddox, that means no government subsidy for non-government schools. It means no more government funding of the chaplaincy program in schools, specifically because most of those positions have been taken up by personnel from conservative faith-based groups.

Maddox has concerns, and rightly so, about accountability for the funds that the government allocates for education. Our present-day government schools are in no better position to provide adequate schooling to the whole populace than was the case in that particular rural community half a century ago. However, Maddox is not opposed to religion in the classroom!

Instead it deserves proper consideration by professional teachers …. This book demonstrates meticulous and wide-ranging research — even to the point of overwhelming the reader — and draws attention to what appear to be some quite blatant anomalies in the allocation of public funds, e. The subject of current debate across various media, Taking God to school is a polarising and controversial book. It deserves to be read and interacted with. Julie Davies.

This academic yet highly readable book is an extraordinary volume.

The appendices are concise and useful, with the glossary providing quick access to what are sometimes otherwise indecipherable acronyms.