Published February 1998
by Neal-Schuman Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Cheryl Laguardia (Editor), Barbara A. Mitchell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||478|
Finding Common Ground: A Guide to Religious Liberty in Public Schools First Amendment Centerth Edition by Charles C. Haynes (Author, Editor), Oliver Thomas (Author), Ph.D. (Editor), Christy Jerding (Illustrator) & 1 more/5(3). Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Finding Common Ground: A Guide To Religious Liberty In Public Schools” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving /5. Finding Common Ground is a book like that for me. Perhaps a more accurate way to say it would be to say that I wish I could express my deep beliefs as articulately as Tim Downs. The thrust of the book has to do with the need for sowing at this time and the contrast between sowing and harvesting. Addresses the attempts to find common ground in schools & communities across America. Includes: religious liberty in Amer. public life; the Supreme court, religion, & public education; strategies for finding common ground; religion in the curriculum; resources for teaching about religion in U.S. & world history; religious holidays in the public schools; the Equal Access Act & the public.
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“Finding Common Ground is at once deeply balanced, eminently practical, and a brilliant state of the art work. For those with an interest in democracy, it is a profound and provocative original contribution to the central and perennial question of how best to organize a polity or community in ways that are more likely to achieve and sustain democratic practices. Finding Common Ground is read nationally and internationally. He enjoys hearing from readers, so if you like/dislike something you read on Finding Common Ground, contact him. Hopefully we can all find some common ground together. “Whatever he writes is grounded in deep experience and respect for students, parents, and teachers. Finding common ground—Acts 17 P aul’s letters never compromise God’s message, but he uses the language of his culture to articulate that message whenever possible. Sometimes God’s message is compatible with our culture; often it challenges our culture. In Finding Common Ground, Tim Downs reminds us of the forgotten biblical art of sowing and shows us practical and effective ways to: Bring up spiritual subjects with busy and distracted people Use secular movies and books to talk about biblical ideas Overcome prejudice and stereotypes in .