SOUTH AFRICA 2000: TOWARDS A PERSPECTIV

Owen Van den Berg

Abstract


One of the characteristics of the first conference on Religious Education was that although the title dealt with RE in our changing society, what thinking there was about the future seemed to see it as relatively unchanged.  There was on that occasion an interesting but predictable dichotomy – the whites hoped for gradual change, the blacks for rapid change. Nobody seemed to have any clear conviction that real change would occur at all, or what sort of change it would be.

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Religious education; South Africa

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/4-0-2044

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