Educazione religiosa

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Tra etica e cura della terra – giornata della cura

Sabato 29 giugno – Tra etica e cura della terra

Giornata della cura organizzata dall'Unione Induisti Italiani presso l'ashram di Altare, Savona.
La cura si pone come fil rouge in grado di unire ambiti apparentemente molto distanti tra loro, ma in verità compenetrati e complementari gli uni agli altri, quali l’antica disciplina dello yoga, le scienze mediche, l’osservazione e la protezione dell’ambiente e della natura nel suo complesso.

 

“Noi rispecchiamo il mondo. Se potessimo cambiare noi stessi, cambierebbero anche le tendenze nel mondo.”

Mahatma Gandhi, World Tomorrow, 1926

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Data: 28 Giugno 2019

Un cristianesimo senza Gesù

 

La deriva dei simboli religiosi utilizzati a fini politici

Dovremmo sentirci tutti in buone mani dopo che sabato scorso a Milano la destra sovranista europea ha affidato il continente alla protezione dei suoi sei santi patroni – in quanto protestante spero mi esimerete dal ricordarli tutti – e l’Italia addirittura al cuore immacolato di Maria.

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Data: 04 Giugno 2019

Newsletter #6 ReIRes

ReIRes - Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies è un'associazione composta da dodici istituzioni europee che collaborano alla realizzazione di un'infrastruttura altamente qualificata riguardante gli studi della religione.

                                                                        È online la newsletter#6 ReIRes

 

Three core elements constitute ReIReS identity:

Vision: Religion is the burning issue in Europe. Peaceful living together in a multireligious society is increasingly coming under pressure and we urgently need to deal with this. Knowledge of religious traditions helps us to reduce dangers and to create a mutual understanding in present day Europe.

Mission: ReIReS is a starting community of twelve European institutions that are building a unique and highly qualified infrastructure on religious studies. ReIReS brings knowledge into the field of religious pluralism in Europe, thus contributing to a stable society. It explains and implements the idea of “Knowledge Creates Understanding”.

Values:

  • Innovation: New data, new tools and a new generation of scholars.
  • Respect: Towards various religions, towards the past.
  • Enrichment: Research, digital access, international collaboration.
Data: 19 Ottobre 2018

Newsletter #5 ReIRes

ReIRes - Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies è un'associazione composta da dodici istituzioni europee che collaborano alla realizzazione di un'infrastruttura altamente qualificata riguardante gli studi della religione.

                                                                        È online la newsletter#5 ReIRes

 

Three core elements constitute ReIReS identity:

Vision: Religion is the burning issue in Europe. Peaceful living together in a multireligious society is increasingly coming under pressure and we urgently need to deal with this. Knowledge of religious traditions helps us to reduce dangers and to create a mutual understanding in present day Europe.

Mission: ReIReS is a starting community of twelve European institutions that are building a unique and highly qualified infrastructure on religious studies. ReIReS brings knowledge into the field of religious pluralism in Europe, thus contributing to a stable society. It explains and implements the idea of “Knowledge Creates Understanding”.

Values:

  • Innovation: New data, new tools and a new generation of scholars.
  • Respect: Towards various religions, towards the past.
  • Enrichment: Research, digital access, international collaboration.
Data: 11 Ottobre 2018

Corsi online - Harvard University "World Religions Through Their Scriptures"

Sono online i corsi sulla storia delle religioni curati dall'Università di Harvard.

i corsi sono in lingua inglese

 World Religions Through Their Scriptures:

  • Religious Literacy: Traditions and Scriptures
    • Tools for how to interpret the roles religions play in contemporary and historic contexts;
    • How religions are internally diverse
    • How religions evolve and change
    • How religions are embedded in all human cultures
    • The strengths and limitations of learning about religions through their scriptures.
  • Christianity
    • What are the contents, languages, and forms of Bibles in various times and places?
    • How have Christians lived out their stories and teachings?
    • How does Christian history reflect the contested and varied uses of scriptur--in the ancient Roman world where Christianity began, in its spread through European and American colonialism, in the diverse forms it takes in varied locations around the globe?
  • Buddhism
    • Religious/philosophical insights conveyed in Buddhist texts
    • How scriptures are interpreted to diverse ends in different historical contexts
    • Sensitive appreciation of world religions
  • Islam
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    • An introduction to the place of the Quran in Muslim cultures
    • Major themes of the Quran
    • The historical and cultural contexts of the Quran
    • Interpretive skills that enable a more nuanced reading of the Quran
    • Diverse approaches Muslims have adopted to engaging with Quranic texts, including issues in contemporary interpretation
  • Hinduism
    • Religious and philosophical insights conveyed in Hindu texts
    • How scriptures are interpreted to diverse ends in different historical contexts
    • Sensitive appreciation of world religions
  • Judaism
    • The diversity of Jews and Judaism
    • Key facts about the primary texts of the Jewish canon
    • The role that scripture has played and continues to play in the lives of Jews
    • Why the sacred texts of Judaism continue to matter in the 21st century​​​​​​​
  • Sikhism
    • Exploration of a foundational Sikh text, the Japji, which was composed by Guru Nanak and is recited by Sikhs as part of their morning prayers
    • The place of Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh scripture, in Sikh life
    • Interpretative skills to engage in a nuanced reading of Guru Granth Sahib
    • Gurmat Sangit, the Sikh musical tradition, as represented in the Sikh scripture and its cultural context
    • The aesthetics of Sikhi, including literature, art, and music
    • The political dimensions of Sikh scripture and its impact on the evolution of Sikhs as a Panth or community 

 

Data: 25 Settembre 2018