Convergence Education of Medicine and Theology in a Secular Age†
AbstractConvergence education of medicine and theology (CEMT) is an effective religious education learning model in a secular age. The highly elaborate rationality of the secular environment encourage es dialogical discourse between science and religion. There is a mutually reinforcing relationship between medicine and theology even given each discipline’s differences from the other. In this paper, the dialogical discourse between medicine and theology about the human-genome project serves as an example of the symbiotic relevance of both disciplines. The Ebola virus shows how theological discourse can be included in what is apparently a medical concern to ultimately benefit medical efforts. An example of CEMT in the classroom shows the possibilities for enlarging the conventional horizons of religious education to overlap medicine. View Full-Text
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Kwon, S.-Y.; Cho, N.H.; Son, M. Convergence Education of Medicine and Theology in a Secular Age. Educ. Sci. 2018, 8, 201.
Kwon S-Y, Cho NH, Son M. Convergence Education of Medicine and Theology in a Secular Age. Education Sciences. 2018; 8(4):201.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kwon, Soo-Young; Cho, Nam H.; Son, Moon. 2018. "Convergence Education of Medicine and Theology in a Secular Age." Educ. Sci. 8, no. 4: 201.
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