January 15, 2004

Questions Thoughtful People Should Ask Themselves

Taking Religion Seriously Across the Curriculum

Chapter 2: The Educational Framework

What is the meaning of love — and what is the difference between sexuality and love?

What does justice require of me — and of my country?

When am I obligated to sacrifice my own good for that of someone else?

What are the deepest sources of joy in life?

How did the world begin?

What sense can we make of suffering and of death?

Is there progress in human affairs ? and if so why? Is there a God? And how do I know any of this?

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Charles C. Haynes

is an author, educator, and director of the First Amendment Center's educational program in schools.

Philip Hamburger

is an author and John P. Wilson professor of law at the University of Chicago.

Cheryl Crazy Bull

is president of Northwest Indian College in Bellingham, Washington.

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