Education: not secular nor sectarian, but religious
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Published by s.n.] in [Winnipeg .
Written in English


  • Religious education

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By the Rev. J.M. King. A lecture delivered at the opening of the Theological Department of Manitoba College, Winnipeg, Oct. 29, 1889.

The Physical Object
Pagination10 p. 23 cm.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25460775M

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Establishment of Religion “[F]or the men who wrote the Religion Clauses of the First Amendment the ‘establishment’ of a religion connoted sponsorship, financial support, and active involvement of the sovereign in religious activity.”55 “[The] Court has long held that the First Amendment reaches more than classic, 18th-century establishments.”56 However, the Court’s reading of the.   While any sect or sub-sect, professing certain religious cult having a common faith and common spiritual organisation, may be termed a religious denomination, no caste, sub-caste or sect . A secular state, and its educational arm, is not sectarian, theocratic, or ‘atheistic’, but nor does it exist to promote bland agnosticism towards religious questions. A secular state might reasonably, in the face of the evidence, recognise the vitality and goodness of religion. The ordinary name for the elementary school was “house of the book,” for the Scriptures were the only textbook. It is in its devotion to the Word of God and its relation to life that ancient Hebrew education has relevance for Christian education in modern times. Not only are the Torah while it can be neither doctrinal nor sectarian, the.

In a country that has suffered religious violence and where instances of religious and sectarian intolerance are not rare, the sincere, judicious, insightful and authentic teaching of religion can. The First Amendment's bar to establishment of religion must preclude a State from using funds levied from all of its citizens to purchase books for use by sectarian schools, which, although 'secular,' realistically will in some way inevitably tend to propagate the religious views of the favored sect. Books are the most essential tool of.   I n Ireland, 90% of primary schools are Catholic. This religious domination of public education is anomalous in a developed nation. It does not . (2) There is no evidence that religious books have been loaned, and it cannot be assumed that school authorities are unable to distinguish between secular and religious books, or that they will not honestly discharge their duties to approve only secular books. Pp. U. S. Page U. S.