What are the ‘Ultimate Questions’ that you explore in the classroom with your students? How do you engage them in the questioning process? These are two of the key questions delegates will explore together at the 2011 DAN Conference (18-20 April, Newington College, Stanmore). We’ll be presenting a ‘Making it Happen’ workshop at the Conference: The Religion & Science Conversation […]
What role does faith play in determining attitudes towards sex? A panel of dedicated virgins, sex advocates, gay Christians, Atheists, Muslims, New Agers amongst others join the conversation.
Would the world be better off without religion? That was the proposition debated in the Herald’s Intelligence Squared Australia (IQ2 Oz) Series, on 19 August in Sydney. The three arguements “for” and three “against” the proposition would make interesting viewing in class as an introduction to contrasting contemporary perspectives towards religion.