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OASIS n. 12 - December 2010


What does it mean to educate today in a plural society? Can a truth be proposed without intolerance? What can Christians and Muslims contribute towards building a positive secularity? What do the Muslim mean by education? What actually is a madrasa, and how does it operate? A journey in the world of religious teaching, from Pakistan's Koranic schools to the Lebanese model, from Turkey to Great Britain.

Exclusive Contributions: Education as Paideia: a Proposal for our Time, H.Em. Cardinal Angelo Scola Citizen, Community, State: Towards a Critique of Modern Reason, H.Em. Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger After the Season of Isolation, Law and Religion are Once Again Allies, John Witte Jr. How much Confusion in the False Struggle between Believers and Non-believers, Iain Benson From the Madrasas of the Middle Ages to the Impact of Globalisation, Robert W. Hefner When Deformers Occupy Teaching Chairs, Hani Fahs Encounter: ‘I have no other goal than to please God and spread His name to every corner of the world’, Fethullan Gülen Reportage: The advance of Anglo-Islam, Elisabetta Del Soldato

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Year: 2010
Pages: 128
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