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Blog // Thoughts
February 12, 2006

How Time Flies

One of the things that is never far from my desk is a file with the most important (to me at least) lectures, seminars and sermons I have delivered, as well as a few that never made the light of day. One that I often find myself considering is an in-service teacher training seminar I […]

One of the things that is never far from my desk is a file with the most important (to me at least) lectures, seminars and sermons I have delivered, as well as a few that never made the light of day.

One that I often find myself considering is an in-service teacher training seminar I should have given 5 years ago this week (February 9, 2001). It was on the use of Film in the Religious Education classroom. There was a scheduling clash which meant the seminar did not happen.

The topic seems like such a given now, but I can remember at that time the connections between Film and Theology were far less clear to many fellow academics and flatly rejected by more than a few senior figures.

[tags] Film, Religious Education, Theology and Culture [/tags]

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