Tuesday, April 17, 2018

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Astley, J. (2003). Spiritual learning: Good for nothing? In D. Carr & J. Haldane (Eds), Spirituality, philosophy and education (pp. 141–153). London: RoutledgeFalmer.

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Astley, J. & Kay, W. K. (1998). Piaget and Fowler. In W. K. Kay & L. J. Francis (Eds), Religion in education, Volume 2 (pp. 137–168). Leominster, UK: Gracewing.

Astley, J. & Wills, N. (1999). Adolescent “faith” and its development. Youth and Policy: The Journal of Critical Analysis, 65, 60–71.

Avery, W. O. (1992). A Lutheran examines James W. Fowler. In J. Astley & L. J. Francis (Eds), Christian perspectives on faith development: A reader (pp. 122–134). Leominster, UK: Gracewing. First published 1990.

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