We are happy to inform, that the President and Vice-President of ISRS – Julian Stern and Małgorzata Wałejko – co-published an article entitled Ineffable education, the uncommunicable and the uncommunicated in the British Journal of Religious Education.
This is a philosophical and theological exploration of the role of the ineffable as one of the central features that religion and religious traditions can bring to schooling. The ineffable is described as itself related to the uncommunicable and the uncommunicated – in all of life and specifically in schools. Drawing especially on Anglophone and Polish sources, the conclusion of the article draws on Moore’s earlier account of ineffability and mystery in schools, to make a case for this as one of the most significant of the ‘gifts’ that religious traditions may offer to schooling – including to secular schooling.
Congratulations to the authors!