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Contents Chapter 1. Introduction: The Liberal Case for Teaching Religion in Public Schools 1 Chapter 2. Bible History Courses, I: Partnership between School and Community 15 Chapter 3. Bible History Courses, II: The Art of Staying on the Surface 25 Chapter 4. Misrecognition and Nonrecognition: A Caution for Religion Courses 49 Chapter 5. The Bible and Its Influence: Instilling Equal Recognition into the Curriculum 58 Chapter 6. The Bible as Literature: Detachment as a Means toward Autonomy 87 Chapter 7. World Religions: Reflection as an Educational Goal 106 Chapter 8. Problems, Reservations, and Recommendations 129 Appendix. Method and the Schools Included in the Study 143 Notes 147 Bibliography 157 Index 163 ...


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