Talking about Jesus: And why it matters
Rymarz, Richard. (2006) Talking about Jesus: And why it matters. Journal of Religious Education. 54(2), pp. 79 - 84.
This article will focus on better understanding how a highly selective group of youth in Catholic schools express their belief about Jesus. Previous work in this area has recorded the preference that students have for depictions of Jesus that highlight his humanity (Claerhour and Declercq, 1970; Astley and Francis, 1996; Walshe, 2005). The sample that I will report on will be a highly differentiated one, in order to make the report data more powerful. The group selected to participate in this study are reasoned to be the most likely to be able to articulate clear and consistent beliefs about Jesus , that is young people, who have some connection with parish communities and who readily describe themselves as Catholics.
|Journal||Journal of Religious Education|
|Journal citation||54 (2), pp. 79 - 84|
|Publisher||Australian Catholic University|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||79 - 84|
|Place of publication||Australia|
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