This Thought Corner on religious is a way to think beyond the details on our site and answer the questions: What is civic religious literacy? How do you use it?
These articles by our CCRL team members show how religious literacy can be put into practice. Using religious literacy skills and framework, our team briefly prompts how to identify and perceive the influence of religion, spirituality, and non-religious belief in our lives and world.
(Dr. Erin Reid, August 2022)
Religious literacy is needed for understanding the past, the present, and with an eye on acting in the future
(Dr. Siebren Miedema, June 2022)
(Dr. Bryan Hillis, April 2022)
(Dr. W. Y. Alice Chan and Dr. Margie Patrick, February 2022)
(Dr. Christina Parker, December 2021)
(Dr. Hicham Tiflati, June 2021)
(Dr. Margie Patrick, April 2021)
(Hiren Mistry, February 2021)
(Dr. Sivane Hirsch, December 2020)
(Dr. W. Y. Alice Chan, October 2020)