Harris (2004). The end of faith: Religion, terror, and the future of reason.

“Religious moderation is the product of secular knowledge and scriptural ignorance … . By their light, religious moderation appears to be nothing more than an unwillingness to fully submit to God’s law. By failing to live by the letter of the texts, while tolerating the irrationality of those who do, religious moderates betray faith and reason equally.” (p 21)

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Concluding Reflections.

Over the course of five years as a post-secondary instructor, I gradually incorporated my ongoing learning in education into practical form. Applications of this learning included curriculum development, lesson planning, classroom methods, and assessment development. Over the last year, I had the opportunity to refine this work further and to consider it in the context … Read more

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Personal Teaching Philosophy.

My teaching philosophy is guided by a deep appreciation for the pursuit of knowledge. My work today in education is a philosophical analogue of and continuation to my work in media and publishing industries earlier in my career. Through my career, my work has reflected themes in media and culture, cognition, communication and knowledge tools … Read more

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