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Bagli, Jehan – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2006
This essay traces the development of the Zarathushtrian (Zoroastrian) priesthood from the time of the prophet Zarathushtra, through the Median priestly tribe as Magi, and the Macedonian and Arab invasions. This sets the stage for the separation of the Zarathushti priesthood between Iran and India and the generation of independent training methods.…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Religious Cultural Groups, Clergy
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Hill, Jack A. – Teaching Theology & Religion, 2005
How can teaching and living abroad impact our teaching in North America? This article explores how what I do teaching religion and ethics to undergraduates at Texas Christian University has been influenced by twelve years of teaching in the two-thirds world. It is structured in terms of three insights that correlate with what I call the past,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Experience, Religious Education, Ethical Instruction