British Journal of Education (BJE)

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The Role of Religion in Value Education in Nigeria (Published)

The teaching of Christian religious knowledge is intended to lead the students to develop a critical mind and to imbibe the basic Christian religious tenets, hence there is need to transmit acceptable moral standards and to inculcate spiritual values in interpersonal and human relations in the society. In order to sustain sound human society, the survival of value education becomes imperative because of the nostalgia of the past, disappointment of the present and hope for the future generation. This paper therefore discussed extensively the concept of values education, objectives of values education, the role of religion in inculcating values, challenges of values education, relationship between religious instruction and values education. The paper was concluded by suggesting ways forward for a better society.

Keywords: Religion., Teacher, Value Education

Religion, Man and His Environment (Published)

The paper focuses on three main issues of religion, man and environment. Of the diverse environments, only the natural environment is dwelt upon in the paper, which also sheds light on how religion makes man to benefit from the natural environment. The interactions of man in the natural environment are discussed and the ways these interactions are adversely affecting its sustainability explained. The paper deposed that religion is about sustainability, which is the wish of God for the planet earth, as well as his wish for humankind and the environment. Religion should not only save the soul of man, but assure the sustainability of the natural environment created by him to sustain the life of humankind

Keywords: Environment, Man, Religion., Sustainability

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