Goldburg, P. (2004). Towards a creative arts approach to the teaching of religious education with special reference to the use of film. British Journal of Religious Education,26(2), 175-184. United Kingdom: Routledge. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1080/01416200420042000181947
On the whole, the creative arts have not been used well in the academic study of religion in religious education classrooms. This paper contends that, since throughout history the creative arts have been used successfully in the passing on of religious beliefs, so today the creative arts should be an integral component of religious education teaching rather than mere peripheral activity.
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