O'Shea, G. (2013). Human embodiment and trinitarian anthropology - six implications for Religious Education. Studia Elckie, 15 (4), 455-466.
The author starts his considerations with a remark on the human person as a unique kind of reality – an embodied being with a Trinitarian structure. He claims that we must account for human nature as it is and educate the human person accordingly. He focuses on six key areas which need further exploration for the renewal of religious education: (1) religious education and the human person, (2) religious education for the body, (3) religious education for the heart, (4) religious education for the mind, (5) religious education and moral formation, and (6) the nature of faith.
religious education, theology of the body, human embodiment, Trinitarian anthropology