Robert J. Nash, Professor, University of Vermont, Burlington.
A wonderfully engaging writer, Nash shares stories about his own experiences in the classroom, provides an extremely helpful review of recent religious literatrure, and offers a wealth of insights for teachers-indeed, for anyone-interested in contemporary religion. - Warren A. Nord, author, Religion and American Education - ""A very useful and provocative book on an important and timely topic ... Professor Nash has made an important contribution to the emerging dialogue on religion, spirituality, and education by skillfully blending the rigor of a dedicated shcolar, the sensitivities of a committed teacher, and the insights of a true seeker."" - David Purpel, author, The Moral & Spiritual Crisis in Education - ""This is a useful and fascinating account of a university teacher's exploration of religion and spirituality with his students. Lively reading-not a dull moment."" - Nel Noddings, Stanford University - ""I have found Robert Nash's advocacy of a critical, rigorous, and empathetic understanding of different world views to be one of the most useful 'pedagogical tools' that I have encountered."" - Kyle Dodson, INstructor and Student Advisor - ""Robert Nash has a crafted a dynamic, sound, and engaging approach to teaching about religion."" - Jeana Schottoefer, high school English and math teacher - ""With Robert Nash as your guide and mentor, expect to take part in a powerful process; one that is purposeful, pertinent, and practical."" - Susan Girardin, middle school teacher.