NEWS: Free Guides for Scholars and Students of Religion

TLG imageAs well as accessible survey articles, we’ve started publishing a new content type at Religion Compass: Teaching & Learning Guides are freely downloadable supplements to a particular journal article, providing ideas for advanced teaching. The Guides are adaptable for both undergraduate and graduate teaching.

Teaching & Learning Guides are free to download for all 8 Blackwell Compass titles. Here are the first 5 guides published in Religion Compass:

FREE icon - small Teaching & Learning Guide for: The Social Ethic of Religiously Unaffiliated Spirituality
By Siobhan Chandler, Wilfrid Laurier University
(Religion Compass 2008, March 2008)

FREE icon - small Teaching & Learning Guide for: Can a Darwinian Be a Christian?
By Gregory W. Dawes, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
(Religion Compass 2008, April 2008)

FREE icon - small Teaching and Learning Guide for: Interpreting Magic and Divination in the Ancient Near East and Magic and Divination in Ancient Israel
By Ann Jeffers, Heythrop College, University of London
(Religion Compass 2008, August 2008)

FREE icon - small Teaching and Learning Guide for: Religion in the Dead Sea Scrolls
By Alex P. Jassen, University of Minnesota
(Religion Compass 2008, August 2008)

FREE icon - small Teaching & Learning Guide for: Creationism
By Arthur McCalla, Mount Saint Vincent University
(Religion Compass 2008, October 2008)

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