Horizons in Religious Education

HORIZONS in RELIGIOUS EDUCATION is a book series sponsored by the Religious Education Association: An Association of Professors, Practitioners and Researchers in Religious Education. It was established to promote new scholarship and exploration in the academic field of Religious Education. The series will include both seasoned educators and newer scholars and practitioners just establishing their academic writing careers.
Books in this series reflect religious and cultural diversity, educational practice, living faith, and the common good of all people. They are chosen on the basis of their contributions to the vitality of religious education around the globe. Writers in this series hold deep commitments to their own faith traditions, yet their work sets forth claims that might also serve other religious communities, strengthen academic insight, and connect the pedagogies of religious education to the best scholarship of numerous cognate fields.
The posture of the Religious Education Association has always been ecumenical and multi-religious, attuned to global contexts, and committed to affecting public life. These values are grounded in the very institutions, congregations, and communities that transmit religious faith. The association draws upon the interdisciplinary richness of re- ligious education connecting theological, spiritual, religious, social science and cultural research and wisdom. Horizons of Religious Education aims to heighten understanding and appreciation of the depth of scholarship resident within the discipline of religious education, as well as the ways it impacts our common life in a fragile world. Without a doubt, we are inspired by the wonder of teaching and the awe that must be taught.
Jack L. Seymour (co-chair), Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Dean G. Blevins (co-chair), Nazarene Theological Seminary
Elizabeth Caldwell (co-chair), McCormick Theological Seminary
Dori Grinenko Baker, The Fund for Theological Education & Sweet Briar College Sondra H. Matthaei, Saint Paul School of Theology
Siebren Miedema, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Hosffman Ospino, Boston College
Mai-Anh Le Tran, Eden Theological Seminary
Anne Streaty Wimberly, Interdenominational Theological Seminary
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